The case for Transferable Tax Allowances

http://www.care.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/The-Case-for-Transferable-Allowances-The-Fiscal-Fairness-Perspective_14-March.pdf

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75% of new mums would like to stay at home

http://www.uswitch.com/blog/2012/09/07/money-worries-forcing-new-mums-back-to-work-early/ 75 % of new mums would like to stay at home if money allowed, says a poll by U Switch.  Concerns about finances forces  mothers to return to work long before they are ready for separation from their young children. Just 14% said they returned to work to resume their career. According to ‘CARE’,  […]

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Introduction to family finance

INTRODUCTION FAMILY FINANCE FAMILY FINANCE For all the joy of raising a family, there’s no denying that it comes with financial sacrifices and burdens that the childless and those with grown-up children do not bear. Fiscal policies and lending practices used to ensure that families were given the necessary financial slack during these demanding years, […]

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Introduction on tax

For all the joy of raising a family, there’s no denying that it comes with financial sacrifices and burdens that people without children and those with grown-up children do not necessarily bear. Fiscal policies and lending practices used to ensure that families were given the necessary financial slack during these demanding years, but today’s support […]

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Income Splitting

For all the joy of raising a family, there’s no denying that it comes with financial sacrifices and responsibilities that people without children and those with grown-up children do not always bear. Fiscal policies and lending practices used to ensure that families were given the necessary financial slack during these demanding years, but today’s support […]

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