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0% tax band, should we do it?

0% tax band, should we do it?

Old Mar 23rd 2012, 1:15 pm
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Default Re: 0% tax band, should we do it?

Originally Posted by NakiMan View Post
The answer to the original question is obvious.....

Capital Gains Tax
Won't you think of the children! The children of those "mum and dad" rental property investors.

When will you be satisfied? Will we have to become like Germany or one of the Scandinavian countries with the decent public services and high incomes before you are satisfied? It's a slippery slope from CGT to clean and punctual InterCityExpress train services.
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