MSE News: Government drops £1,000 tax breaks for online sellers and room renters...

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Two new tax breaks which were supposed to have applied to earnings from 6 April 2017 have been quietly axed...
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'Government drops £1,000 tax breaks for online sellers and room renters - for now'
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  • edited 2 May 2017 at 10:26PM
    bit_by_bitbit_by_bit Forumite
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    edited 2 May 2017 at 10:26PM
    Darn. I was hoping to take advantage of this as part of my FIRE plan. Hope it's back on the agenda after the election.
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  • kiyamr2kiyamr2 Forumite
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    Where do small businesses stand now, for example on Ebay earning less than £1000 per this still taxable?
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