Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tax Systems LSE:TAX London Ordinary Share GB00BDHLGB97 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.00p +4.91% 85.50p 254,184 12:05:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
83.00p 88.00p 85.50p 81.50p 81.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 15.11 -1.88 -0.59 65.0

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16:15:0084.50100,00084,500.00O
11:44:4483.505,1244,278.54O
11:03:5585.003,0002,550.00O
11:01:1485.003,0002,550.00O
10:58:1385.001,000850.00O
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19/7/2018
09:20
Tax Systems Daily Update: Tax Systems is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TAX. The last closing price for Tax Systems was 81.50p.
Tax Systems has a 4 week average price of 79p and a 12 week average price of 79p.
The 1 year high share price is 85.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 75p.
There are currently 76,001,889 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,550 shares. The market capitalisation of Tax Systems is £64,981,615.10.
09/7/2018
06:56
adrian j boris: Monday 9 July 2018 6:00am Pensioners in the UK shelling out over £24bn in income tax Share Josh Mines Josh Mines is a reporter for City A.M. covering telecommunications and marketing [..] Show more Bank Of England Proposes Switch To Polymer Banknotes Royal London said the amount of pensioners paying income tax had more than doubled since 1995-96 (Source: Getty) The amount pensioners in the UK pay in income tax has ballooned to over £24bn, figures out today have shown. ​ Insurer Royal London obtained the information through freedom of information (FOI) requests to find out how much people over the state pension age were paying to the tax man in different parts of the UK. In the latest year which HMRC had detailed figures for, 2015-16, Royal London said pensioners paid £24bn worth of income tax, with £21bn of it being footed by taxpayers in England. Surrey pensioners shelled out the most, with a total tax bill of £961m, meaning they are paying more income tax than the entire retired population of Wales. Kensington & Chelsea topped the list for the amount pensioners were paying in tax by local authority, as residents paid an average of £32,250 in 2015-16. That's around 27 times more than the area paying the least tax, Stoke on Trent UA, where pensioners paid just £1,192 on average. The study also showed that the number of taxpayers over the age of 65 has doubled from 3.32m in 1995-96 to 6.49m in 2015-16 - although it's believed the number has reduced slightly to stand at 6.37m in 2018-19. Read more: Pensioner households paying out nearly £9bn in income tax per year Royal London added that more than a quarter of taxpaying pensioners were still in paid work, with 1.5m having an employment income and 500,000 getting an income from self-employment. Steve Webb, director of policy at Royal London said: Many people might assume that once you retire you cease to be of interest to the taxman. But these figures show that this is very far from being the truth. The number of taxpaying pensioners has nearly doubled in the last two decades. With talk of also requiring pensioners to pay National Insurance on any earnings or even pensions, the older population may start thinking of themselves as 'Generation still taxed'. When planning for retirement it is vital to remember that the tax office will still want a slice of your income, which reinforces the need to put aside enough to secure a decent standard of living, even after the tax man has had his slice”.
05/7/2017
16:40
dorset64: Hi Hastings, any chance of a few share price charts in the header?
15/6/2011
08:38
miata: Unlikely. To be considered a professional you have to either make a market (buy and sell for a margin) or take extensive measures to mitigate risk. There is case law on this which I have posted several times on the CGT thread eg see http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/bimmanual/BIM65701.htm If you have not completed 30 years of National Insurance contributions for a state pension, you may wish to be registered as self-employed and pay a minimal amount of NI - any small business eg trading plates on eBay would suffice. Do not be swayed by US web articles. The IRS wish to tax share trading as a business, HMRC take the opposite stance - they don't want to give you income tax relief for losses.
01/11/2009
08:03
david77: SELL SOME AND PAY THE TAX. It's only 18% of gains. I had Toledo showing half a £million profit at one time. I didn't want to pay £200,000 tax so held until I had had them for a year to reduce my tax liability. The share price fell and I'm now showing nearly £100,000 LOSS! edit - This govt is desperate for income so I expect the CGT rate to go up soon. Will they give us any notice? I doubt it, so could be announced on a Friday evening for all sales from the following morning.
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