Ukip to push for flat-rate income tax and £13K transferable personal allowance

Dale, Samuel
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/31/2013, p16
The article reports that the UK Independence Party (Ukip) is planning to reform personal taxation by eliminating all National Insurance contribution and introducing transferable personal allowance and a flat-rate income tax of 25%. The proposals, developed by University of Georgia economics professor David Kamerschen and MEP Godfrey Bloom, will be voted on at the Ukip's national executive committee meeting on June 27, 2013.


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