Monthly Archives: January 2013

Irish property tax penalises Dublin residents, warn critics

Dublin politicians fear bulk of taxes will be collected from its residents, who own most of Ireland’s expensive homes Irish government plans for a property tax have come under fire from the main opposition party amid concerns it will land … Continue reading

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Indebted: A Graduate Guide to Finance

Here’s some priceless advice from a 2012 graduate seeing as how anyone who attends university these days will be in the same financial hole as me for the rest of their natural life. A tad dramatic maybe, but with the … Continue reading

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Africans can relieve weary Britons

Oxfam should recognise that the money required to ‘save’ Africa is available, right here, right now, on the continent Oxfam explains its campaign to combat hunger in AfricaTolu Ogunlesi critiques Oxfam campaign – part one In July 2009 a group … Continue reading

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Child benefit changes and what they mean

From Monday 7 January child benefit will become means-tested, and any household in which someone earns £50,000 or more will be drawn into the self-assessment tax system What is happening? The government has changed the child benefit system so that … Continue reading

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