Monday, November 24, 2008

What does the pre-Budget report mean for you?

What does the pre-Budget report mean for you?

Are proposed measures in the pre-Budget report as radical as Alistair Darling and Gordon Brown would have you believe? A summary of the key points for consumers.

Posted by damien @ 06:38 PM (678 views)
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3 thoughts on “What does the pre-Budget report mean for you?

  • Well I would love to understand why the stock market was up almost 10% after the delivery of a budget promissing a whopping increasing budget deficit starting at 8% in 2009 rising up until 2015/16 ? Any ideas ?

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  • What the budget bascically means is that if you’re young (under 65), got no children and don’t own a car, you are paying through the nose for everyone else. Still, the young, single and solvent have been shafted by the housing boom, shafted again by the housing bust, and now again to buy Brown votes. Why change the habit of Labour’s lifetime?

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  • planning4acrash says:

    fjcruiser, because the entire market is rigged via the massive derivatives trade and the banker bailouts.

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