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      11-29-2010, 10:02 AM   #1
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VAT to go up to 20%

In Jan?

I had a text from O2 sayin my phone bill will go up due to VAT going to 20% this for real?!
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this for real?!
Certainly is old bean .
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Ummmmmmmmmm yes for sure, was rather big news a while back when it was announced !!
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Oh well. Why couldn't they justdo it on **** or something!!!!!
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Carl what planet have you been on for the last 6 months
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I've also heard that they are going to abolish pound notes, and have pound coins instead?

Can anyone confirm this
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I wrote **** as in ciggies and its been removed?
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I wrote **** as in ciggies and its been removed?
Different meaning in US-Speak. Filtered out.

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Why couldn't they just tax gays?
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Why couldn't they just tax gays?
Doubt that would raise much ...

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Why couldn't they just tax gays?
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Doubt that would raise much ...

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Oh well. I sorta remember something on it now as everyone was saying ''Quick order a new car soon'' etc not so long ago.

So that 20% is on everything?!?!!!!! How long will it last?
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Gonna last forever... though compared to the rest of europe its actualy quite a low rate. And yep.. its on everything tats currently taxed at 17.5%

And if you order a new car now.. makes no diff! You pay the rate of VAT at the point its registered... so most likely next year!

Was told this by a BM dealer last week... even if i paid in full now it wouldnt matter apparently

(oh... and lets not forget.. it also goes on petrol ... another reason ive gone the company car route - too expensive to run my own)
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Gonna last forever... though compared to the rest of europe its actualy quite a low rate. And yep.. its on everything tats currently taxed at 17.5%

And if you order a new car now.. makes no diff! You pay the rate of VAT at the point its registered... so most likely next year!

Was told this by a BM dealer last week... even if i paid in full now it wouldnt matter apparently

(oh... and lets not forget.. it also goes on petrol ... another reason ive gone the company car route - too expensive to run my own)
Think a few car manufacturers are going to honor the old VAT rate till March, that includes BMW but not for company or lease cars (read somewhere).

VAT is at a lower rate on some stuff like kids clothes.
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I mean mate, people were saying this months ago. Therefore they would not pay the extra tax with cars being delivered within the next month.
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VAT is at a lower rate on some stuff like kids clothes.
No VAT at all on kids clothes and shoes etc - the same goes for most food also. The criteria used for food VAT rates are brilliant, eg:

Jaffa cakes = zero rate VAT

Gingerbread men decorated with chocolate unless this amounts to no more than a couple of dots for eyes = Standard rate VAT

and

Bourbon and other biscuits where the chocolate or similar product forms a sandwich layer between two biscuit halves and is not continued onto the outer surface = zero rate VAT

Chocolate shortbread = standard rate VAT

Bloody HMRC
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Thought the kids clothes were 5% or is it adults??

A quick look show Gas & Electricity @ 5% and Child seats.
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Hey, the department that had to come up with all those rules and regulations kept a number of job-worths collecting their pensions & other benefits (some were of course off with stress) for a good 6-12 months. The Government would have had to have given them all a handsome redundancy package otherwise. Think of all the money we've saved.

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Hey, the department that had to come up with all those rules and regulations kept a number of job-worths collecting their pensions & other benefits (some were of course off with stress) for a good 6-12 months. The Government would have had to have given them all a handsome redundancy package otherwise. Think of all the money we've saved.

My apologies - in which case, I stand corrected.
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