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11 hundred take home, or less if the 15 k is from being self employed, rent or mortgage 700 a month, two kids, food 300 a month and petrol car tax electricity rates phone and so on. 15k is fuck all to

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The recent good news for landlords of the failure of the Landlord and Tenant Bill and the departure of Mr Robertson is now cancelled by a 20% tax rate on rent!

This will likely lead to increased rents.

 

 

Yep, looks like my rent will go up 10% . . .

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The recent good news for landlords of the failure of the Landlord and Tenant Bill and the departure of Mr Robertson is now cancelled by a 20% tax rate on rent!

 

This will likely lead to increased rents.

Yep, looks like my rent will go up 10% . . .

Yes it's another tax that will most certainly be passed on to the poor. Struggling to pay your extortionate private sector rent? Great, it's just gone up another 10% to cover your landlords increased tax bill on the rent you pay.

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This was done because "Jersey and Guernsey already do this"

 

so, it's no longer 0/10

 

0/10/20 it is then.

 

Repercussions of this are nasty. It seems with the Landlords Bill there were some personal grudges flying about. Looks like the Minister won his little spat, but the private tenants art going to pay ultimately.

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Everyone earning between £9600 and 18,500 is better off. Those earning between £18501 and £20,000 are worse off.

 

Then everyone above £20,001 pays 160 more, up to tax cap level.

 

Just in case for the math impaired - worth quoting again!

 

Despite being just in the upper threshold I think it's quite fair.

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The recent good news for landlords of the failure of the Landlord and Tenant Bill and the departure of Mr Robertson is now cancelled by a 20% tax rate on rent!

This will likely lead to increased rents.

Yep, looks like my rent will go up 10% . . .

Yes it's another tax that will most certainly be passed on to the poor. Struggling to pay your extortionate private sector rent? Great, it's just gone up another 10% to cover your landlords increased tax bill on the rent you pay.

 

 

Rising rent (or mortgage if you're lucky enough to be able to get/afford one)

Rising taxes

Rising cost of living

Rising fuel prices

Rising electricity bill

Rising gas bill

Stagnant or lower pay (in real terms)

Lower pensions

Non-existent returns on savings (if you're lucky enough to have any)

Increasing employment uncertainty

Having to work until the age of 74

 

Life just keeps getting better and better for the young people of today.

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Everyone earning between £9600 and 18,500 is better off. Those earning between £18501 and £20,000 are worse off.

 

Then everyone above £20,001 pays 160 more, up to tax cap level.

Just in case for the math impaired - worth quoting again!

 

Despite being just in the upper threshold I think it's quite fair.

 

 

Why should people earning between £18501 and £20k be worse off, while civil servants will probably get another pay rise?

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