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Interest Rates Up 1% From Today.

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In a statement HM Revenue & Customs blames the rise "as a result of recent movement in market rates"

From today(6th September 2006)interest payments imposed on taxpayers who miss the deadlines for paying tax & national insurance contributions will increase from 6.5% to 7.5%.

WELL !!! WELL!!! WELL!!!

The Chancellor has been rather silent on this one methinks

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In a statement HM Revenue & Customs blames the rise "as a result of recent movement in market rates"

From today(6th September 2006)interest payments imposed on taxpayers who miss the deadlines for paying tax & national insurance contributions will increase from 6.5% to 7.5%.

WELL !!! WELL!!! WELL!!!

The Chancellor has been rather silent on this one methinks

Rather cheeky, unless they know something we don't... ;)

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The rate of interest paid on repayments of tax,N.I. etc is also up from 2.25% to 3%.

Doesn't add up to me and perhaps Justice has a point.

GET BRITAIN OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(OF THE EU)

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so will they pay me 6% on rebates that they hold after over charging me

Blair needs every penney he can get to keep paying for all the immigrants coming our way.

With all these extra nations joining we should leave the EU....

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Damm right we should'nt be in the EU, in a way were not in it now, domestic economic policy ours any other petty shrewd policies that UK people are too thick to see & argue about is fine . [KILL US. COOL.BUT DO IT WITH DISCRETION,WE'RE ENGLISH.] THE BRITISH GOVT.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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