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stripping the nation of its assets......again!!! * Duty on wine, beer, cider and cigarettes likely to rise * Income tax personal allowance to rise by £1,000 * Council tax in Engla… Read More
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
stripping the nation of its assets......again!!!

* Duty on wine, beer, cider and cigarettes likely to rise
* Income tax personal allowance to rise by £1,000
* Council tax in England to be frozen
* Levy on banks
* Aviation tax change may be levied per plane rather than per passenger
* Employer NI threshold to rise
* Capital gains tax to rise on non-business assets like second homes
* Corporation tax to be simplified - headline rate cut
* Formal rules/targets to be set for deficit cutting plan


your thoughts?
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#1
due at 12.30
banned#2
If CPT goes up to anything near 40% I'll be selling my second home.

I will be very surprised if they do this though. Totally NOT a conservative feature!
#3
the cost of living is about to rise significantly by the look of it
#4
is this not the official thread? :whistling:
#5
With a ComDemNation were all screwed anyway.

Their the opposite of Robin Hood.
banned#6
casparwhite
the cost of living is about to rise significantly by the look of it


I expect that, and to some extent, I don't mind paying my way for the sake of the country.

But raising CPT is an error. I've paid tax on buying the second home, I pay tax on renting it out, and now I have to pay more tax on any profit I make? Makes no sense.
#7
Anything to get rid of the national dept, don't want to pay more tax etx but unless you want to end up like Greece we don't really have much choice.
Good old Labour they screwed us up last time round this time they put a cherry on top.
#8
They seem to be able to bring any measure in at the moment and blame it all on the previous government and everyone believes it and goes along with it. What would have happened if Labour had stayed in, they wouldn't be admitting the country was in a mess and making all these changes would they?
#9
emhaslam
is this not the official thread? :whistling:


its the first, all subsequent threads will be spammed:w00t:

shauneco
With a ComDemNation were all screwed anyway.

Their the opposite of Robin Hood.


tbf it looks like they are shifting it across the spectrum the rich and the poor will pay with no middle bulge.......!?
#10
Nothing there particularly hits me hard to be honest.
#11
JonnyTwoToes
I expect that, and to some extent, I don't mind paying my way for the sake of the country.

But raising CPT is an error. I've paid tax on buying the second home, I pay tax on renting it out, and now I have to pay more tax on any profit I make? Makes no sense.


yes but you will be able to offset new furnishings etc in your tax return again;-)
#12
TUSSFC
Nothing there particularly hits me hard to be honest.


they reckon it will cost the average family around £400 a year

like 2-3 Pence on a litre of fuel
#13
The whole housing market is out of hand, too many people with two or more homes and too many greedy estate agents artificially putting the prices up so much over the last 13 years that most people on a normal wage can not afford to buy. There is no way I could afford to by my house now, 13yrs ago it was not a problem.

When the housing market crahses again, and it will, I will be sorry for the thousands who will be caught in negative.
banned#14
casparwhite
yes but you will be able to offset new furnishings etc in your tax return again;-)


Correct, but it's costing us more than we are earning from it some months, even now, so for an easier life, I might as well just sell!
banned#15
awarner
The whole housing market is out of hand, too many people with two or more homes and too many greedy estate agents artificially putting the prices up so much over the last 13 years that most people on a normal wage can not afford to buy. There is no way I could afford to by my house now, 13yrs ago it was not a problem.

When the housing market crahses again, and it will, I will be sorry for the thousands who will be caught in negative.


What have you against people having more than one home?
#16
JonnyTwoToes
Correct, but it's costing us more than we are earning from it some months, even now, so for an easier life, I might as well just sell!


aye lad, sell up and jump ship you know its best, i know a young country thats crying out for entrepreneurs;-)

you voted for change .......now you dont want it:whistling:
#17
The debt is a world wide crisis, Not just Labours fault, Blair stepped down when he knew we were facing a problem. Blame Blair, He used to be good but let the Country down and left Brown to take the wrap.

Now were left with a joint party, Who always opposed each other and will probably screw us up even more in the long run.

Cameron is not Mr Nice Guy, all play acting. Their still the Conservatives at the end of the day, They'll be privatising my poo next and taxing me to use a microwave.
banned#18
casparwhite
aye lad, sell up and jump ship you know its best, i know a young country thats crying out for entrepreneurs;-)

you voted for change .......now you dont want it:whistling:


I'm happy with everything they're doing, apart from the CGT increase. It makes no sense and is NOT a typical tory strategy.
#19
Oh no the torries tell porkies to the poor to make them vote there way then screw them over when will people learn.
banned#20
Adam2050
Oh no the torries tell porkies to the poor to make them vote there way then screw them over when will people learn.


Stop headlining! That's not the case at all.

Labour ****** us over with their excessive spending, and now we have to pay for it. But I guess that is the conservatives fault is it? Get real.
#21
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#22
Adam2050
Oh no the torries tell porkies to the poor to make them vote there way then screw them over when will people learn.


i think they have been truthful so far......lets see. vat will be the worst for the poor probably introduced next year......diferred

JonnyTwoToes
Stop headlining! That's not the case at all.

Labour ****** us over with their excessive spending, and now we have to pay for it. But I guess that is the conservatives fault is it? Get real.


i dont get all this "excessive spending" nonsense, this debt hasnt just accumulated over a couple of years.......this goes way way back and you know it. we should have some back up for situations but wait it was all sold off under the tories in the 80's......what about john major, was he frugal?
banned#23
God budgets just make me so so horny. also Budgens.
#24
casparwhite
i think they have been truthful so far



i dont get all this "excessive spending" nonsense, this debt hasnt just accumulated over a couple of years.......this goes way way back and you know it. we should have some back up for situations but wait it was all sold off under the tories in the 80's......what about john major, was he frugal?


They mentioned nothing to my knowledge about upping NI which they were agains't under brown.

Well your points going to be forgotten by said Torries.

Give it a year and they will be out anyway.

One unelected Prime Minister for one and his new best friend.
#25
Adam2050
They mentioned nothing to my knowledge about upping NI which they were agains't under brown.

Well your points going to be forgotten by said Torries.

Give it a year and they will be out anyway.

One unelected Prime Minister for one and his new best friend.


that was made by brown

they have made no claims they would recinde it either
#26
awarner;8890981
Anything to get rid of the national dept, don't want to pay more tax etx but unless you want to end up like Greece we don't really have much choice.
Good old Labour they screwed us up last time round this time they put a cherry on top.


It was greedy bankers that screwed us not the Labour government.

Now as we begin to pay the price they are already pumping up their salaries and bonuses to pretty much where they were.

The Tories aided by the LibDems are jumping at this excuse to redistribute wealth back to the rich from ordinary workers.
#27
shauneco
With a ComDemNation were all screwed anyway.

Their the opposite of Robin Hood.



Labour were no Robin Hood, "steal from those that work and give it to those that don't" wasn't part of his manifesto...
#28
ok osbourne is out of 11 downing st and is on his way with the red briefcase........5 mins to blanket news coverage on every channel
#29
JonnyTwoToes
I expect that, and to some extent, I don't mind paying my way for the sake of the country.

But raising CPT is an error. I've paid tax on buying the second home, I pay tax on renting it out, and now I have to pay more tax on any profit I make? Makes no sense.


We all thank you.
#30
I have no problem with austerity measures,if they are well targeted. Its a price we all have to pay for our unfortunate situation-however,osbourne better HAMMER the banks if he wants to persuade the public that THEY must play their part.

We are in for a huge round of strikes now anyway-every union in the country will claim that they are a "special case" and shouldnt have their pay frozen.
#31
Plum
The Tories aided by the LibDems are jumping at this excuse to redistribute wealth back to the rich from ordinary workers.


Increasing Capital Gains Tax, and increasing the threshold for Income Tax means that the rich will pay more tax, and the poor will pay less. Add that to the talk of reducing child benefit after 30k, taking more money off the richer, and your post makes no sense at all.
banned#32
Flodd;8891303
Labour were no Robin Hood, "steal from those that work and give it to those that don't" wasn't part of his manifesto...

too right! Cant wait for the tories to clamp down on the thousands of benefit cheats!

tory bashers just wont give them a chance and I see no-one has mentioned this:-

Income tax personal allowance to rise by £1,000
Council tax in England to be frozen

hardly robbing the poor now :whistling:
#33
csiman
too right! Cant wait for the tories to clamp down on the thousands of benefit cheats!tory bashers just wont give them a chance and I see no-one has mentioned this:-

Income tax personal allowance to rise by £1,000
Council tax in England to be frozen

hardly robbing the poor now :whistling:


Starting with the biggest bunch of crooks MPs
#34
csiman
too right! Cant wait for the tories to clamp down on the thousands of benefit cheats!

tory bashers just wont give them a chance and I see no-one has mentioned this:-

Income tax personal allowance to rise by £1,000
Council tax in England to be frozen

hardly robbing the poor now :whistling:


the guy adam boulton was just interviewing stated that the constant harping on about benefit cheats detracts from the fact that wealthy people using tax avoidance schemes are stealing 3 times more from the economy every year than people actually "cheating" benefits.

so in the interests of fairness,I expect osbourne to clamp down on ALL cheats,close all tax loopholes,remove "non dom" status-or will he play to the gallery?
#35
peodude;8891429
Increasing Capital Gains Tax, and increasing the threshold for Income Tax means that the rich will pay more tax, and the poor will pay less. Add that to the talk of reducing child benefit after 30k, taking more money off the richer, and your post makes no sense at all.

csiman;8891460
too right! Cant wait for the tories to clamp down on the thousands of benefit cheats!
tory bashers just wont give them a chance and I see no-one has mentioned this:-
Income tax personal allowance to rise by £1,000
Council tax in England to be frozen
hardly robbing the poor now :whistling:


This is mere window dressing to pull along the Lib Dems and "soft" Tories. I predict that the vast bulk of the pain will fall on ordinary workers trying to make a decent life for themselves and their families.

barky;8891539
the guy adam boulton was just interviewing stated that the constant harping on about benefit cheats detracts from the fact that wealthy people using tax avoidance schemes are stealing 3 times more from the economy every year than people actually "cheating" benefits.

so in the interests of fairness,I expect osbourne to clamp down on ALL cheats,close all tax loopholes,remove "non dom" status-or will he play to the gallery?

Excellent point. How little Newspaper headlines these issues get. You could be forgiven for thinking those who own the papers have something to hide themselves.
[helper]#36
barky
the guy adam boulton was just interviewing stated that the constant harping on about benefit cheats detracts from the fact that wealthy people using tax avoidance schemes are stealing 3 times more from the economy every year than people actually "cheating" benefits.



Laughable isn't it - how those who claim benefits are scum whilst tax avoidance is being clever with your money. But this is one of the reasons why they are changing the rules on capital gains tax as this was one way of avoiding/reducing tax.

For those who say we have to do it - even the Tories new "independent" body forecasts that even if no cuts were made the deficit would halve in the next 4/5 years as the economy comes out of recession. I have nothing against cuts as long as they are done carefully and everyone in our society (including the better off) are targetted....

As for the ConDems does anyone really believe the Dems have any influence? I just think of the gov as Conservative not Con Dem
#37
Game on
#38
all those mps(on all sides btw) braying like donkeys at each other-its utterly PATHETIC!

responsible government my ****!
#39
barky
all those mps(on all sides btw) braying like donkeys at each other-its utterly PATHETIC!

responsible government my ****!


is this your first time watching parliament?:?

why is a ginger harry potter sitting there?
#40
JonnyTwoToes
I expect that, and to some extent, I don't mind paying my way for the sake of the country.

But raising CPT is an error. I've paid tax on buying the second home, I pay tax on renting it out, and now I have to pay more tax on any profit I make? Makes no sense.


Tough times ahead for you Jonny. :whistling:

Time to batten down the hatches by the sounds of things. :lol:

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