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Money Matters: Welfare, where it's going wrong.

So apparently I may benefit more by not going back to work than returning to the work force to financially support my family, according to news released yesterday. 651 more words


Apple raise prices in the UK to help the poor in America - errrr

The BBC today headlined Apple’s UK price rises on computer sales.

“Apple suggests product prices internationally on the basis of several factors, including currency exchange rates, local import laws, business practices, taxes, and the cost of doing business,” the company told the BBC. 249 more words


Millions More Voters Legalizing Marijuana Won’t Clear Up Regulatory Haze

Congress continues to resist decriminalizing marijuana even as a popular crusade to legalize its use state by state may soon mean almost a quarter of Americans can smoke up at will, not including the many more who can use… 1,294 more words


Breach of Taxpayer Confidentiality by HMRC

The Supreme Court in London held this week that HMRC broke their statutory and common law duty of confidentiality when spinning a tax story to the press. 46 more words


Capital Gain Exemption

Each Canadian is entitled to a Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption (“LCGE”) of up to $824,177 for 2016, (this amount is indexed annually) on the disposition of Qualified Small Business Corporation (“QSBC”) shares. 370 more words


Business rates hike concern

A publican in Denbighshire spoke to my office this week about concerns that business rates were set to rise considerably, meaning that those who would have previously been eligible for Small Business Rate Relief will no longer be eligible, and will face having to pay hundreds of pounds extra a month. 327 more words


Apple exec avoids jail over Italian tax arragements

A criminal investigation into a senior exec at Apple’s European division has concluded with no jail time, but a rather hefty fine. Italian prosecutors have been investigating Apple’s tax dealings through Apple Sales International, the Irish-based unit that controlled much of Apple’s European profits. 191 more words