Tags » Tax

Investing Your Real Estate Tax Sale Will Boost Your Investment Value – Local Records Office

LOCAL RECORDS OFFICE: Investing your hard earned money in tax sale is sort of always a win-win investments. By bidding on and winning the tax lien with a property, you become the debt extractor for that home and will certainly own the home, says ‘ 655 more words

Filing your taxes late? Here’s how much you’ll have to pay in penalties

The deadline for Canadians to file their taxes is rapidly approaching and if you haven’t filed the necessary paperwork you could face stiff penalties.

While the usual deadline to file tax returns is April 30, because the date falls on a Saturday this year the deadline has been extended until Monday, May 2 at midnight. 517 more words


5 Angry Tax Songs

People can get really worked up about tax. Sometimes it’s personal and sometimes there is a much bigger issue to protest – either way, taxes make songwriters angry just like the rest of us… 280 more words


The Good And Bad About Vat

Value-Added Tax (VAT) is a tax charged on what the consumer spends (consumption tax). It is notably implemented in Europe, Japan, and other countries. For countries that apply consumption tax through VAT, it can be considered as an alternative to sales tax. 156 more words


UK Landlords will invest less due to tax changes

Since the Government announced last year that tax relief on rental income would be decreased and that stamp duty on buy to let purchases would be increased there has been a significant fall in new acquisitions by new and existing Landlords in the UK over recent months. 316 more words


Prepare in the Midst of HMRC's Campaign

The UK is the biggest card payment market in the European Union, accounting for more than 30% of all card spending and 73% of credit card spending. 483 more words

Bevan & Buckland News

A Climate Tax on Red Meat? One Country is Trying To Do It!


This is a re-blog of a very information-filled article on http://www.onegreenplanet.org. Please take a read. Link above is to the original article. 

While countries around the world have started setting up regulations for major companies contributing to greenhouse emissions and in turn, climate change, this week, the Danish government voted to take a different approach. 510 more words