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KentDogWalker
7th April 2016, 19:05
Heres to hoping I can up my rate to pay for that 7.5% new tax!

AtW
7th April 2016, 19:15
You should try asking for a pay raise.

See you in my office at 8am sharpish ...

stek
7th April 2016, 19:16
Heres to hoping I can up my rate to pay for that 7.5% new tax!

I'm selling one of my Astons - that'll easy cover it. Who needs 23 Astons?

greenlake
7th April 2016, 20:09
I'm selling one of my Astons

You finally grew out of it....?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/01/31/article-2549444-1B1C260A00000578-837_634x475.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/01/31/article-2549444-1B1C261600000578-772_634x407.jpg

BrilloPad
7th April 2016, 20:18
The average rate will go up.

I will get 15% extra. You will get 0%. On average its okay.

Can someone explain that to assguru please?

MarillionFan
7th April 2016, 21:18
You finally grew out of it....?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/01/31/article-2549444-1B1C260A00000578-837_634x475.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/01/31/article-2549444-1B1C261600000578-772_634x407.jpg

My son WOOT.

northernladuk
7th April 2016, 21:24
Are we allowed to question sockieness of OPs in General? Or is it not allowed board wide?

AtW
7th April 2016, 21:28
Are we allowed to question sockieness of OPs in General? Or is it not allowed board wide?

Unofficially - yes, and officially only if I say so! :mad

greenlake
7th April 2016, 21:39
My son WOOT.

http://www.askideas.com/media/24/Sledding-Fail-Funny-Image.jpg

Contreras
8th April 2016, 07:08
It won't be until January 2018 before the realisation of divvy taxation hits home for many contractors (the ones I work with knew nothing about it), then give it another year for the disaffected to drift back into permiedom, which itself is a downward pressure on rates.

Hope all you like, but it won't be more than a few percent (lost in the noise) and not any time soon.