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A Brief History of HMRC

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs

Whilst the HMRC institution is fairly young, the history of its principles is long, and provides an interesting reflection upon Crown and state. 909 more words


Our week in Wales

We’ve been in Wales a week now, and I can honestly say that it don’t think I’ve had to work as hard or as long as we have over the past few days. 272 more words

Dolphins & Dollar Signs - are we really prepared to pay to protect?

DIY, it’s in our DNA right? Well apparently in this case we’d rather the government did it for us….

A recent poll has shown that four in five kiwi’s want stronger protection for our beloved hobbits and about 3 in 5 are even prepared to pay a ‘dolphin tax’ to make this happen. 327 more words

Maui's Dolphin

Accounting For Insurance Payouts

No matter what type of business you run, you will have assets. Farm businesses may have stock, land, crops, machinery, a farmhouse. It is prudent to insure these assets to be confident that you that you are fully covered in the event of an unfortunate incident. 175 more words


The Real ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Is Dealing With IRS

Maybe the fact that the still not released ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Is ‘Too Hot For TV’ Trailer is just more marketing hype. Maybe it means there will be that much more reason to see it when it finally hits theaters on February 13, 2015—for Valentine’s Day. 931 more words


Dis-service tax

Dear Mr Jaitley,

I came across an interesting piece of amendment in the finance bill with regards to service tax, which is not only unjust but also quite shocking to be frank. 638 more words