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Tax codes explained

Everyone is issued with a tax code by HMRC so employers can calculate and deduct the correct amount of tax from salary payments.

On the face of it tax codes are simple, but there is sometimes more to them than meets the eye. Checking that your tax code is correct each year will ensure that you pay the correct amount of tax and avoid any unexpected tax...

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What’s been happening to corporation tax? - Institute For ...

Onshore receipts to return to 2010 levels despite rate cuts

Onshore corporation tax receipts are set to fall by 0.3% of national income between 2017-18 and 2021-22. At that point, they would, if the forecast proves correct, be at the same share of national income as in 2010-11. This may be surprising given that the main corporation tax rate has been cut from 28% in 2010 to 20% in 2015, 19% this...

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Property tax - Wikipedia

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Australian property is taxed at both the state and council (local municipal) level. Taxes are payable by property owners - there is no property tax charged to renters.

A state tax commonly called "stamp duty" is assessed when is property is purchased or transferred. It is typically around 5% of the purchase price, payable by the purchaser. Other transfer charges may also apply,...

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Date: 2018-03-18 10:13:34
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