List all the taxes in the UK

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I'll start with:

1) Income Tax
2) National Contributions Tax
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tax on fuel
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VAT
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  • Capital Gains Tax.
  • Corporation Tax.
  • Income Tax.
  • Inheritance Tax.
  • National Insurance Contributions.
  • Excise duties.
  • Insurance Premium Tax.
  • Petroleum Revenue Tax.
  • Stamp Duty.
  • Stamp Duty Land Tax.
  • Stamp Duty Reserve Tax.
  • VAT.
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TV licence.
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Salt Tax.
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(Original post by teaddict)
  • capital gains tax.
  • corporation tax.
  • income tax.
  • inheritance tax.
  • national insurance contributions.
  • excise duties.
  • insurance premium tax.
  • petroleum revenue tax.
  • stamp duty.
  • stamp duty land tax.
  • stamp duty reserve tax.
  • vat.
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The UK has the highest number of individual taxes in the world (if I remember correctly), so good luck with this :awesome:
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I forgot to mention, of course, the landfill taxes, business rates and environment/green taxes.
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Council tax (Domestic rates in N. Ireland)
Air passenger duty
Gaming duties
Climate change levy
Vehicle excise duty
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Any more?
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Do levies and duties count as tax?
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In anycase Tax Freedom day this year in the UK was May 30th, so if you work every penny you earned from January 1st to 29th May would go to the tax man.
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(Original post by iPhone)
I'll start with:
Here help filling in tax return
1) Income Tax
2) National Contributions Tax
Salt Tax.
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Tampon tax
Making lists tax
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Tampon tax
Pretty sure that's called VAT
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We get up in the morning and start being taxed when turning the lights and the kettle on, after being taxed all night for not sleeping rough. We are taxed for travelling to work or anywhere else, taxed for earning a living and so are our employers. Almost everything we may wish to buy or own is subject to taxation. If we manage to save any money, we will either be taxed on it or take an ISA that will eat away at its value and naturally... the taxman will be there next to the Grim Reaper the day he knocks. Even dying makes the taxman money.

Wouldn't it be easier to just list the the aspects of living that are not subjected to tax? Maybe we don't get paid such a pittance, weren't it for the State taxing us for existing at every opportunity and we might have a bit more in the pocket. It's a bottomless pit, the socialist project.
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