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  1. Get up the wrong side of bed this morning? :D ...

    Get up the wrong side of bed this morning? :D

    Many of the face coverings I've seen people wearing don't look like much of a barrier. Some don't even look like they've been washed in weeks. :eek:
  2. I use a visor rather than a mask. I wear glasses...

    I use a visor rather than a mask. I wear glasses and find a visor more convenient. It's easier to get on and off without getting your hands anywhere near your nose and mouth.

    I see a lot of...
  3. If vetran, shauny, ziggy et al were fishermen...

    If vetran, shauny, ziggy et al were fishermen selling most of their catch to the EU...

    I wonder if they'd still have voted leave?
  4. Do people spend less when working from home? ...

    Do people spend less when working from home? Probably not good for the lunch time trade.
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    Bitcoin fell over 20% in the past 6 days from a...

    Bitcoin fell over 20% in the past 6 days from a high of $40k to under $32k.

    For something with a market cap of over $0.5T, it's ridiculously volatile.
  6. I wouldn't be so sure, there are a lot of very...

    I wouldn't be so sure, there are a lot of very wierd people in this world.

    I do sometimes wonder what the people, behind some of the personas here, are like in real life. Although I'm not curious...
  7. Someone who supports both Trump and Corbyn might...

    Someone who supports both Trump and Corbyn might be. :D
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    I know of people who've got rid of tax scheme...

    I know of people who've got rid of tax scheme debts through bankruptcy.

    As soon as you submit that 18/19 SATR declaring the loans, it will trigger a liability. It won't take long for that...
  9. Some are bigly intelligent.

    Some are bigly intelligent.
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    It will will be world beating now we're free of...

    It will will be world beating now we're free of the EU bondage.
  11. He's a "freethinker". Bangs the drum for Corbyn,...

    He's a "freethinker". Bangs the drum for Corbyn, Trump and our Scooter. :freaky:
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    Poll: What they don't know over there is that he's been...

    What they don't know over there is that he's been stubbornly bearish on AMD for over 2 years, ever since the price was in the mid teens, and he seems to hold a grudge against this stock for making...
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    I've updated the table with what I interpret are...

    I've updated the table with what I interpret are his predictions.

    Bottom line: if you want to make a killing this year...

    [IF YOU ARE CRAZY]
    Bet the farm on Bitcoin
    Short the feck out of the...
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    I wish I'd known that. He sent me the following...

    I wish I'd known that. He sent me the following in a rep at 10:25. How am I supposed to fill in the table with this? :throw:

    "FTSE < 5000, target 4500; NAS <10k >7k; BTC 20k high of 320k, AMD...
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    Scooter's 2021 market predictions

    Here you go:



    1st Jan Year's low Year's high 31st Dec
    FTSE 6,500 4,500 - -
    Nasdaq 12,900 7,000 - -
    Bitcoin $30,000 $20,000 $320,000 -
    AMD $92 $35 ...
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    Poll: If you count the legal votes Yes easily wins.

    If you count the legal votes Yes easily wins.
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    Now $34.5k Scoots selling at $12k certainly...

    Now $34.5k

    Scoots selling at $12k certainly turned out to be the mother of all buy signals. :laugh
  18. Scuffles have broken out between lorry drivers...

    Scuffles have broken out between lorry drivers and police, and there have been a few arrests.

    Also apparently testing has been delayed because the test kits are in a lorry stuck in traffic.
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    I suspect the number of people, with a DR income...

    I suspect the number of people, with a DR income of over £75k/year who've paid the loan charge, will be tiny.

    For most people, with that level of exposure, settling would have worked out less than...
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    Perhaps an indication of how much effort they're...

    Perhaps an indication of how much effort they're going to put in to collect this "residual tax". :wink

    Residual tax
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    Ziggy's not a genuine brexidiot because he got...

    Ziggy's not a genuine brexidiot because he got himself an EU (Irish) passport. :D
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    I wonder if they couldn't decide between 1)...

    I wonder if they couldn't decide between

    1) total income for all years / number of years <= 75k
    or
    2) income received in each individual tax year <= 75k

    It's also not clear whether "income"...
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    I would send the dispute letter by special...

    I would send the dispute letter by special guaranteed delivery, which costs about £7.

    Unfortunately, due to corona, letters posted from Wednesday 23rd aren't guaranteed next day but at least you...
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    Wouldn't it be for the entire period covered by...

    Wouldn't it be for the entire period covered by the LC ie. 9 December 2010 to 5 April 2016?

    In the document that webberg referred to above, it says:

    "the average annual income provided to the...
  25. Anecdotal but a package I ordered from Germany,...

    Anecdotal but a package I ordered from Germany, which was shipped by DHL on 7 Dec, still hasn't arrived. Normally, it would take less than a week.
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    Ooh err, posh ones.

    Ooh err, posh ones.
  27. Sounds like this WTO is another infringement of...

    Sounds like this WTO is another infringement of our sovereignty.

    We should leave this too, then we can trade on whatever terms we like with whoever we want!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Yeah, and I planned to give them to the missus as...

    Yeah, and I planned to give them to the missus as a xmas present after I'd finished with them. :ohwell
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    Panties cancelled

    I ordered some used ones off eBay but the order was cancelled for some reason.

    I did get a refund but it was still annoying because I spent a long time searching for unwashed ones.
  30. I think he's just pretending to be a brexit...

    I think he's just pretending to be a brexit :cretin:
  31. True but it wasn't so long ago that HMRC were...

    True but it wasn't so long ago that HMRC were only accepting max 2 years TTP.
  32. Impressive. Can anyone beat that?

    Impressive. Can anyone beat that?
  33. If it's a long TTP you're after, your MP might be...

    If it's a long TTP you're after, your MP might be able to get that for you.

    HMRC seem to become very reasonable, all of a sudden, when they're contacted by a Member of Parliament!
  34. It won't be an extension (of the transition...

    It won't be an extension (of the transition period). It'll be called something like the ratification period. :rolleyes:
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    He must have called AMD dozens of times but I...

    He must have called AMD dozens of times but I don't remember a single occasion where he got it right.

    You can get rich following Scoots as long as you remember one golden rule: reverse the buy and...
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    Earlier this year scoots predicted that BTC would...

    Earlier this year scoots predicted that BTC would end the year over $20k.

    A few weeks ago he bailed out at $12k. It's now $22k. :laugh

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    He also predicted:

    The FTSE...
  37. I've been out of contracting for a few years, so...

    I've been out of contracting for a few years, so I'm not up to speed on the new (public sector) IR35 rules. Is it the end user who is ultimately liable for any unpaid PAYE? Or could the agency be...
  38. Yep, probably more than anything else, that will...

    Yep, probably more than anything else, that will kill off the schemes.

    Agencies and end users simply won't touch anyone who isn't working through a fully PAYE compliant entity.

    The old trick of...
  39. It was fear of IR35 that initially got me looking...

    It was fear of IR35 that initially got me looking at a scheme. This was back in 2001, just after IR35 came in, when it seemed like it might have teeth. However, I'd be lying if I said the 85% take...
  40. That certainly wouldn't win any plain english...

    That certainly wouldn't win any plain english awards.
  41. Fook, what a motley crew they would be.

    Fook, what a motley crew they would be.
  42. Talk to any women, who've hooked up with Boris,...

    Talk to any women, who've hooked up with Boris, and you'll find out how his promises pan out.
  43. I wonder how Felicitas justify this in their own...

    I wonder how Felicitas justify this in their own minds?

    Likely answers below.

    1) The schemes were sold to people with the assurance that the loans would never need to be repaid.
    2) People...
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    If only they'd followed scooty and bailed out at...

    If only they'd followed scooty and bailed out at $12k, they could have avoided a 60% gain. :ohwell
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    :freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::f...

    :freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky::cretin::winker::freaky:...
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    That requires people to open their eyes. Like...

    That requires people to open their eyes.

    Like you, I have no skin in the game. I never used a loan scheme, and the scheme I did use I settled a few years ago.
  47. Even my missus, who has zero sympathy for tax...

    Even my missus, who has zero sympathy for tax duckers (including me for getting us into a mess :o), thinks this stinks.
  48. Good! (And, in no small part, down to you.)

    Good! (And, in no small part, down to you.)
  49. I wonder how many people will get caught out by...

    I wonder how many people will get caught out by not disputing the SD within the time limit? (I assume that's what Felicitas are counting on.)

    Is what they're doing an abuse of the SD regime?
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    Your first sentence starts "I suspect" and your...

    Your first sentence starts "I suspect" and your second sentence contains "seemingly".

    So I think "possibly correct" or "probably correct" might be more apt than "100% correct".

    :D
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