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  • micagem
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    OK. So what percent of the total cost of the building and maintenance of roads is paid for by petrol and road tax? And how much is…
    23 April 2017
  • Zoo
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi, I'm 18 and in full time education, but I also have two part time jobs - one 4 hours per week and the other 5. I've only…
    16 April 2017
  • Peebles
    Re: What is My Tax Code?
    Hi please help me I am working 41 hrs a week at a rate of £8.00 an hour, I have taken on a second job which gives me an extra 16 hrs a month…
    16 April 2017
  • Crbeech
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    I'm currently in a part time job and have worked there for the last 2 1/2 years I am only 19 and only work 12 hours a week so…
    10 April 2017
  • Ped
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    Road tax is a nonsense name as the roads we use are more like tracks . The state of the roads would suggest there's no money spent…
    6 April 2017
  • Alex
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    @stuart - Vehicle tax collected fell £200m after paper discs were stopped (so there is no estimation currently) but prior to that…
    29 March 2017
  • stuart
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    I asked Google a question about how much road tax is collected overall and how much is spent on the roads - as usual no answer -…
    28 March 2017
  • Joliemsa
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    Hey don't blame anyone other than those who hold the countries purse strings. It's their fault and only their fault! Taxation is…
    28 March 2017
  • Mimi
    Re: Are DVLA Car Tax Rates Fair?
    I cannot understand why the government is taking more and more off people and we have nothing to show for it the state of our…
    27 March 2017
  • Business man
    Re: What Are Business Rates and Will I Have to Pay?
    I have a leased property that has a ground floor, intended for business, and a first floor that is used…
    24 March 2017
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