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George Osborne To Introduce New Tax Break For Business Giants' Overseas Earnings

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Nice! My earnings next year look likely to be predominantly foreign. Tax break'll go down nicely!

So come on, you who know all about it. Let's have some details. Right now I have a contract with a California company to sign: should I delay until after the budget in case the terms of the contract have a bearing on my tax?

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If this helps export-orientated British manufacturing then it is definitely a step in the right direction. There is great potential and many reasons for optimism, but government incentives like this are critically important.

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If this helps export-orientated British manufacturing then it is definitely a step in the right direction. There is great potential and many reasons for optimism, but government incentives like this are critically important.

Its the opposite rather than create jobs in this country it'll create jobs elsewhere, as i said the best bet was to lower the ni payments made by companies, this would create jobs, the only people that will benefit are shareholders.

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Its the opposite rather than create jobs in this country it'll create jobs elsewhere, as i said the best bet was to lower the ni payments made by companies, this would create jobs, the only people that will benefit are shareholders.

That'll do nicely for those of us who are both shareholder and employee (note use of the singular there).

I still see a complete absence of specifics. Almost as if the whole story was built on hot air.

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