Reduction in VAT

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extension15

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A complete waste of time..

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A reduction in interest rates and a enforcement on the banks to CAP charges and interest rates....

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M107

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It's not going to do diddly for the economy.

I mean most people are saving the brass in their pockets anyway & unless you are spending thousands I cant see a 2.5% cut in vat tempting many shoppers on the high street......

Plus given todays news that the Mr Bean lookalike contemplated putting the vat level upto 18.5% in 2010/11 will just compound the above & make people save the cash for the hikes that are gonna come to pay for this over borrowing our glorious leader seems hellbent on undertaking.

 
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Not sure it will make much differenceBatty why more work? You'll just charge it and claim it back at 15% not 17.5%?
I have still got to set computer up to do this maybe not much work but I am sure it is going to be a headache. VAT has been 17.5 percent for all the time I have been in business. I don't like change.

Batty

 

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Personally i dont think its going to make any difference. The prices in the shops will probably stay the same it just that only 15% will be VAT not 17.5% and the shop will pocket the difference

 

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I would, That's a chinese meal for the whole family.
Special rice x4 pleeeeeeeeeeese:^O:^O

And some :S Flitters

Faankk uuuuuuuuuu velly muccchhh dats Tweeeenty plounds:^O:^O

 
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