Tax returns

Mike Harrison

Active Member
Anyone have any idea on what will happen to tax returns can you still submit it on 6th of April cant see government in a rush to give people rebates.even though people will need it more than ever .unless you haven't lived your life and saved since the last recession like some people on here.
 

TonyM

Private Member
Been told this morning that contractors have been told not to submit CIS and PAYE payments to help with paying employees. Should still get rebates though. Govt will have to foot bill until tax comes in
 

owls

Private Member
It's the Benjamin franklin quote "there are two certain things in life, death and taxes" one or both get you in the end.
 

MIXERMAN

Well-Known Member
Don't pay them .you won't get any hassle.when it's all over and they want it offer them a quarter they'll be glad to get anything.
 
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Deleted member 23452

Guest
You may have a delay in when you pay them or they pay you, but you better make damn sure the paperwork is in order.

On the other side of this the Gov't will be looking for money, and tax is their main source. So they will be looking for it wherever and however they can get it. Investigations, demands for evidence, tax rate increases, new taxes, loop holes closed etc etc.
 

Brimstone

Well-Known Member
On the other side of this the Gov't will be looking for money, and tax is their main source. So they will be looking for it wherever and however they can get it. Investigations, demands for evidence, tax rate increases, new taxes, loop holes closed etc etc.
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True right, Or they'll send the boys round, with the big black rubber coshes - OOOer,where's Big Bruv of England when you need him!
 

tapit

Well-Known Member
I'm just going to pay like normal, it's only kicking the can down the road!
Mine not due now till jan21, I am buying gold to the value of my tax bill.
Hopefully by then I have made a profit, its a gamble but we will see.
 

LeoHard

New Member
I can say that I am the one who bought weapons during the pandemic, and, frankly, I thought it was worth so much.
 

Spudknit

Active Member
Better off buying Crypto if you can stomach the volatility.
Set and forget

Mines gone up £1000s then down £1000s I'm currently back up but not selling 4 5 years.ive invested £5k so far was buying bitcoin and £23k ish roughly at £35k ish
 

FreeD

Private Member
Set and forget

Mines gone up £1000s then down £1000s I'm currently back up but not selling 4 5 years.ive invested £5k so far was buying bitcoin and £23k ish roughly at £35k ish

Same takes a while to get used to the volatility not many can stomach a 50% loss and not sell. All mine is in locked staked getting interest between 10 and 20%. Will hold through the next bear market and add more.
 

Spudknit

Active Member
You do realise these apps that you go through are worth multi millions.cyrpto com and bitstamp.check them out
 

Spudknit

Active Member
Same takes a while to get used to the volatility not many can stomach a 50% loss and not sell. All mine is in locked staked getting interest between 10 and 20%. Will hold through the next bear market and add more.
I love how all these on here thinks its a scam.lack of research
 

Spudknit

Active Member
Get buying Shiba.. flying at min.ive just bought 14 million of them for £91! So chasing the dream if that went to 1p a share I'd be sitting on £14k.if it goes silly I'm a millionaire.
 

Bigstevehammer

Active Member
Think it’s just the percentages to get your money out that’s the killer,..I dabbled for a while in the early days of the dark web etc…think the percentage back then was 20% to extract money,is that still the same or higher…was a while ago,you could walk in the bank and pay a few grand into some geezers account for Bitcoin and no questions asked!!..the good old days..now it’s all traced and no third party payments…don’t even think buying shares in it was available then..mad how far it’s come!!
 

Spudknit

Active Member
Think it’s just the percentages to get your money out that’s the killer,..I dabbled for a while in the early days of the dark web etc…think the percentage back then was 20% to extract money,is that still the same or higher…was a while ago,you could walk in the bank and pay a few grand into some geezers account for Bitcoin and no questions asked!!..the good old days..now it’s all traced and no third party payments…don’t even think buying shares in it was available then..mad how far it’s come!!
Nah its 2% ish depositing and 2% ish withdrawing.its not the dark Web etc any1 can do it.people just assume it's dodgy as f**k.its here to stay its not going anywhere there's too much money involved.somebody bought $45million dollars worth of Shiba this morning.its trying to find that 1 low coin that hits the big time like eth etc then your quids in but it's not for people who are scared about losing money.£1k went off my wallet overnight once but its steadily gone back up over last 2 months
 
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