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The Anti-Establishmentarian 


I have to smile at that title. A different word had come to mind when I had started to ponder this post, but that one which I ended up with, I’m happy with, especially when I saw its definition. 2,414 more words


The Temple Tax

“After Jesus and his disciples arrived in Capernaum, the collectors of the two-drachma temple tax came to Peter and asked, “Doesn’t your teacher pay the temple tax?”

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SNP, Austerity and a Democratic Deficit: A Response to Owen Jones

by Colin Alexander Storrier

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I’ve always tried to be fair about English politics. I support the self-determination of England with the same vigour as I support it for Scotland. 1,279 more words


A guide to calculate you capital gains tax on investments

As any accountants in Bushey would be able to tell you, capital gains are the profit that you make on selling any capital assets. These assets can be anything from an old house, to an antique car or jewelries or shares and stocks or even to a collection of vintage clothes. 461 more words


More Tax Choice not Deadweight Loss

Administrative user fees and tariffs for government services is an evolutionary chance for government services to allow for more tax choice, instead of deadweight loss through unnecessary taxation – i.e. 706 more words


Construction Industry Scheme: repayment claims for limited company subcontractors

If you are a limited company acting as a subcontractor and have had deductions taken from your Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) payments and want to reclaim them, there is now an electronic form available to make your claim. 120 more words