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Midge Lambert Mar 25
Kenney: "some ppl in the govt didn't realize this was embedded in the bill. When made aware they pulled it back. Opposition did their job. That's how parliamentary democracy should work" Unless it's stuff embedded in when debate isn't allowed.
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Watson Buckle Mar 26
Have you seen our video outlining the highlights of the 2020 Budget?
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AISF Mar 27
The current makes one thing crystal clear that the 2 main sectors in which the government should prioritise its investments are: 1. Education 2. Health
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Robin Oatridge & Co 15h
New zero-rated VAT for e-publications coming in from December 2020 for e-books, e-magazines, academic journals and newpapers.
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P Simon Parsons 29m
At last! The updated tax calculation specification
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Capitalmind Mar 28
"You can opt for the old taxation system with three slabs and claim deductions or can move to new taxation system with six slabs and have no deductions." But should you switch?
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Floyd Green Mar 24
MICAF will be reallocating 200 million from our 20/21 budget to assist small farmers who have lost their markets with the downturn in the hotel sector
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Sharma RS 🇮🇳 Mar 23
If you think rightly, every problem is financial problem or eventually becomes one. West Bengal CM
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Aspira Mar 25
The Budget changed pension savings for high earners, highlighted are the opportunities and solutions for the low paid too.
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Gentle sinner🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 Mar 28
Me crying after hearing of Italy ,a kure ,chioma and rapture are trending Also not forgetting God forgive my soul🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
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Clark Howard 14h
If you’re having a hard time getting started saving money, here's 5 easy steps to help you handle a rough economy...
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 Mar 25
How much personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers will the $75 million in Ontario's new budget yield us? I feel like this number needs to be way higher. Primary and community health workers are already running out...
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Juan Manuel Moreno 15h
"Lo barato sale caro" goes a saying - what's cheap turns out to be expensive. The UK promise of debt is needed now by many but not enough to cover everyone ... It's years of social and economic damage too late
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Smith & Williamson Mar 25
🎧 : Featuring a Q&A with our Chief Investment Strategist, Daniel Casali, our tax team reflect on this month's . Listen for a breakdown of the key changes as they outline the practical implications for you and your business -
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Turley Mar 26
This month’s confirmed a West Yorkshire devolution deal. What could this mean for the region and who are the potential mayoral candidates?
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Donique Weston Mar 24
The Student Loan Bureau will be deferring loan payments due for April, May and June in light of COVID-19.
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Hawkhurst Invest 9h
We'll always give you honest, impartial advice based on our industry experience and knowledge. That's why we don't dress up things like tax changes in April.But there are opportunities. Visit
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Bramleys 13h
Might there be some better fixed rate mortgages coming along following the interest rate cut?📉🏡 Find out here:       
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Pearnel P. Charles Jr. Mar 24
"Student loan bureau will defer repayment of all loans (principal and interest) for 3 months."
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LoansJagat Mar 28
LoansJagat brings to you all the changes needed to understand the implications of a tax audit for your business. Read on to unlock the finance budget 2020.
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