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Hi lads! 1st post from me, been thinkin of starting my own company just wondering could any 1 give me a rough estrimate of how much tax i would b paying on my income? does it make a difference if im employing others? cheers :cool:
 
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acat

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Best place to go is your local business link its a free course on starting your own business and covers everything for TAX:mad: to marketing for more business:)



Hope that helps



Chris
 
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silva.foxx

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Shouldn't t*x {shudder} be on the SWEAR word list?

It is in my house! Only t*x is more certain than death! :mad:


God, I hate it! It's all take, take, take with that bloody t*xman.
 
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MrSkipsey

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I love paying tax! :mad: I get great pleasure in knowing that the money I give to HMC IRS funds the givernments useless ideas.
Im also glad that one of the MP's managed to get his moat cleaned for £2000 and I had to unblock the drains myself at my place! :mad: Or that Mp who got her Sky and smut channels paid for and I had to cancel mine 2 months ago due to loss of income!:mad:

I cant wait for the government to allow the EU workforce in so that I can gradually stop work and end up living on £64 a week!:mad:

The taxman? Best person in the world if you ask me!:eek:

Obviously Im biased as Im unemployed!:D
 
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Modernelectric

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not a good time for me to say my grandad was the head taxman in england for a few years then lol
 
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ron55

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Hi lads! 1st post from me, been thinkin of starting my own company just wondering could any 1 give me a rough estrimate of how much tax i would b paying on my income? does it make a difference if im employing others? cheers :cool:
Too much!
 
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sparky_72

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HMRC's website I would say.

Though I don't like the fact they are taking our hard earned money whilst some people get a free house and don't even work!
 
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