I like this not working lark.
Paul, being Mr. Keen, has already been working on our tax returns for the last financial year. He was in his element, beavering away on his laptop surrounded by all the paperwork.
So the chancellor owes him money. Hurrah!
And then he started on mine. He had forgotten that having not worked at all last year that my personal allowance would not have been taken into account on my savings interest/tax. We still need my next current account bank statement to complete it, for the tuppence monthly interest I generally get from it.
So the chancellor owes me a lot more than him. Woohoo!
I don't know if Paul will need to revise his estimate as to when we will be in the poor house to take this extra 'income' into account :)
It is also time to start sorting out the next ISA investments to ensure we give Mr. Brown (or whoever) even less next year...
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