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    #1029358

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

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    George


    It might be helpful if you or one of your colleagues could post a worked example of how you think it should have been calculated, updating it as new info, if any, comes in.

    #1029359

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Or if the general case is seen as too complex for subscribers to FW, then perhaps the simplest all-arable, constant area, calculation would do ? 


    edit  :-  Is this supposed to be an interactive forum, or have all our advisory barons caught the Friday afternoon BA to Bermuda ?


     

    #1029305

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Those who do not suspect foul play might like to ask themselves which, if any, of G BRuin's few remaining political allies is older or more reliable than .  .  .  .  .  M Beckett ?

    #1029293

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Why thank you, Andrew Shirley.


    'Till Monday, then.

    #1029360

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    For what it's worth, mine still seems to be something under 0.5% short.


    But, heh, after all this time, let's try to take 'em for the every last penny, or for the last 1.4664 cents if you're already happily locked into the Eurowreck.

    #1029390

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Badger One


    Welcome back to the fight. This time I know our side will win.


    Regards


    24/7 bankrupt        


     

    #1029331

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

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    r slicker


    Badger One's question was posted at 09:59 on Friday, shortly after this Forum opened.


    IMHO, it is disgraceful that you should claim that the 'experts' could not be expected to reply until Monday.


    Perhaps your moniker itself may indicate to us something of your professional interests. 


     


    Regards


    bankrupt


     


     

    #1029351

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    HOW much?


    At this rate, some lucky punters with tax years ending in November or December will be able to pay off all of the tax before they manage to get their dirty hands on any of the money. 


    Regards


    bankrupt       


     

    #1029393

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Badger One


    A great idea, agreed.


    Sadly, it seems that my query will only be adequately answered here on payment of a fee.


    However importantly we regard the SFP case, I suspect that this problem might persist even if instructions were given to round up double the usual number of experts.


    Regards


       *fee-payer*   bankrupt   


     

    #1029307

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    George


    IMHO, La Beckett tends slavishly to follow the redistributive Gordo to the n'th degree, always favouring Scotland first, and in general, elsewhere intent upon sharing out all the available goodies fairly evenly between the administrators, the number-crunchers, and the nominated nominal beneficiaries.


    Having said that, since the annual 2k default on income accretions was introduced, my monthly tax credits have been fairly trouble free.


    Regards


    bankrupt

    #1029395

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Carl


    Thank you for your interest.


    Trouble is, my SP1, SP5, 371.07, 90%, -4.2%, and +28.2 still don't compute.


    A worked example, even for the simplest all arable, constant area, case will suffice.


    Many thanks


    bankrupt

    #1029397

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Carl


    Looks like it's that 0.17% I'm missing. Don't recall seeing that published anywhere before.


    I'll give it a run, later.


    Many thanks


    bankrupt

    #1029310

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Little chance, I fear, of any getting any interest paid unless payments are delayed for no good reason beyond 30th June, which seems not unlikely, in which case interest should be calculated from 14th Feb, IMO.


    Regards


    bankrupt

    #1029400

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    biff


    I believe I shall be spending my payment on eliminating up to 85% of the shortfall due to the absence of IACS from 2005, and the associated bank interest accrued since.


     


    Michael


    Thanks for the link. I don't actually have a copy of Excel loaded, but I know a man who does.


    Regards


    bankrupt

    #1029312

    Bob Mawlebankrupt

    Participant

    Eamonn Harris


    The discourteousness of DEFRA/RPA long ago ceased to amaze me.


    Interestingly though, the NFU is currently taking the RPA to court for the payment of interest on ELS monies not paid on time (due, hilariously enough, to the RPA having to deal so conscientiously with the SFP) and the outcome of this might well set a legal precedent, hopefully in our favour.


    Regards


     *short-changed* 2    bankrupt 

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