Yes James ... Don't worry about it .. I was called Tony the other day .. Iv'e posted a brain teaser to get the mind working again ... We all have our little moments on here ... Not everyone is everybody's cup of tea ... But take that teddy back out of the pram. Watch this .... This will make you laugh ... And very apt
excuse me gentlemens,
May i ask any chance that they will postpone this law from 9 july to be a bit longer or it is already launched? thanks
thank you very much Tobias.
May I ask more question please.If my partner will find part time job around 10,000 pounds a year and has another 10,000 pounds a year from his property (rent out) , that can be counted as qualified income or not.
I just wonder that they means 18,600 only for salary or any sources of income.
Thanks and Regards,
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yes you are right , just checked it again, it's just been moved but still there.sorry to disturb and thanks for the answer again Tobias.
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The property rental income can be counted, but bear in mind the guidance:
In respect of non-employment sources of income:
This must be in the name of the sponsor, the applicant or both jointly.
The relevant asset (e.g. shares, property) must be held by the sponsor, the applicant or both jointly at the point of application.
Property rental income: The property, in the UK or overseas, must be owned by the sponsor, the applicant or both jointly, and must not be their main residence (and therefore income from a lodger in that residence cannot be counted). If the sponsor or applicant shares ownership of the property with a third party, only income received from the sponsor and/or applicant’s share of the property can be counted. Income from property which is rented out for only part of the year (e.g. a holiday let) can be counted. The equity in a property cannot be used to meet the financial requirement.
This is very helpful info for us.it should not be the problem then.Thank you so much again Tobias
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"No that one is firmly at the door of Tony Blair/Gordon Brown. The EU situation is being blamed for the slow growth of the economy, which is a pretty fair assessment of the economic situation. "
Oh Keith! If that is true why is our economy in recession when France and Germany are not? Could it perhaps be that this government has massively cut on investment in roads, schools, etc., hence throwing thousands of construction workers onto the dole? construction was the biggest faller, and that has nothing whatsoever to do with problems in the EU.
Even private sector companies who WANT to build homes and HAVE cah in the bank canot do so because the government has destroyed the planning system. They can't risk making an application when its not clear what the rules are.
No, our recssion is OUR recession.
So why is an anti-poverty charity's "Socially acceptable" standard of living £36,800 for a couple with two children and Mrs May's figure £24,800 (if I read it correctly)? Maybe she'll want put up a bit to keep the numbers down even more.
"Good judgment comes from experience, and often experience comes from bad judgment."
Ian B.. you are right.. didnt we sell our major utility companies to the french??
Ja, vot do you vant? ;-)
You sound like Herr Flick from Allo Allo