|Sun 09:20||hiddendepths||Those of us with a long memory remember that dividends, whether in an ISA or not, are paid net of basic rate tax. There used to be things called "gross funds," which were mainly pension funds, which could reclaim tax on dividends. Up to a certain point in time, non-tax paying individuals could also reclaim the tax.
There's a long history behind all of this. Only a few decades back, dividends... read more...|
|Sun 10:14||lord gnome||I share your cynicism HD. I would never trust any government as far as I could throw it. read more...|
|yesterday 09:30||maxidi||Or an under taker!! read more...|
|Sun 19:45||smurfy2001||Another daily mail advert, how much are Aldi paying them? read more...|
The notional tax credit (due to double taxation), until 2004, could have been claimed in a tax-free wrapper, and maybe should still be available, and that is what is being summarized by the web-sites.
But, as you are a complete tool, I will leave you to your ignorance. I hope you are not an accountant. read more...|
|Sun 15:24||buys in jars||isn't there a tax/ dividend thread? read more...|
|Sat 19:49||donk4||£4.25 would make the board sweat and give the merchant bankers something to fight over at enormous cost because as we all know if you have invested over the years - the merchant bankers or whatever they are now called clean up whilst they play their games.
I still prefer an opening shot of £4.50 ps. read more...|
|Sat 16:09||smurfy2001||Went to my local sainsburys and as usual absolutely jam packed.
Hope this helps fellows investors. read more...|
|Sat 01:45||yf23_1||Its not really fair to compare Sainsbury to Next. Sainsbury deals in what are essentially commodity items and because they are commodity items cutting costs requires buying in bulk, so to some extent volume is important. Food retailers are also subject to a host of regulatory overheads.
You can also blame the consumer and the big producers for commoditising products. Personally I've never... read more...|
|Fri 16:27||unastubbs||"gravity always wins" with this one, no RNS, no Qatari £5 deus ex machina for my dreadful week on 'change. i hold gsk, mrw and tsco as well as these. tomorrow is a lovely day... read more...|