Higher Rate

Some articles on higher, rate, higher rate:

Liquid Crystal Display - Specifications
... The higher the resolution, the closer the viewer can sit or the larger the set can usefully be sitting at the same distance as an older standard definition display ... devices, are frequently much less than this as the higher the dot pitch, the more optically inefficient the display and the more power it burns ... Refresh rate or the temporal resolution of an LCD is the number of times per second in which the display draws the data it is being given ...
Personal Allowance - 10p Tax - Abolition
... last act as Chancellor, abolished the starting rate tax rate from April 2008 ... the personal allowance (£5,435 in 2008) and below the higher rate band would be taxed at 20%, with the effect that taxpayers earning above the personal allowance would be up to £232 worse off ... This was done to help low-income tax-payers affected by the abolition of the 10% starting rate of income tax ...
Personal Pension Scheme - Tax Treatment
... Personal contributions receive basic rate tax relief at source claimed by the provider ... That is a basic-rate taxpayer's contribution of £80 will be grossed up to £100 on payment to the provider ... Higher-rate taxpayers can claim additional relief through their tax return if they have one, or by otherwise contacting HMRC (Neither being a higher rate taxpayer, or having paid too much tax, are triggers for HMRC ...
Married Couple's Allowance - 10p Tax - Abolition
... Gordon Brown's last act as Chancellor, abolished the starting rate tax rate from April 2008 ... personal allowance (£5,435 in 2008) and below the higher rate band would be taxed at 20%, with the effect that taxpayers earning above the personal allowance would be up to £232 worse off each year ... by the abolition of the 10% starting rate of income tax ...

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