- Feb 20, 2010
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- Twixt Tyne and Tees
I have a very similar "mill-drill" (Neither one nor the other, but a compromise). And it too has been modified to take an extra locking bolt to prevent rotation.
I probably have same thing or sumular but like K2, I can live. within the parameters of the tool.
Whilst the neighbours might rightly 'take umbrage' at a larger tool, the question becomes more serious where planning permission has unduly to br sought for large premis es that might conceivab;ly be regar d ed as 'business' premises and - should permiddion be given, it would automatically not only attract r ates and goimg into a a higher basnd but lsrger rates and the nreddity to make business tax returns under in the case. of the UK - case 1 Schedule D whereas the normal Schrdule E exists.
Of course it doen't end there but as the notional value of the property inevitably rises- i.e, the 10.9% but being business premises- in whole or i psrt- arracts the dreaded Capital Gains tax.
I'm still with it in tax knowledge and those who sell on E-BBay from what is ostensibly their home - or indeed 'work from home; during the pandemic- are lible to prison or a fine and TREBBLE the tax which would have been due.
The HM Revenue have made no concessions ffor deaths through Covid-19 nor that people have had no alternative but to 'work from home'
As I learned many years ago in the Law part of accountancy---- IGNORANCE OF THE LAW IS NO EXCUSE.
So you think that playing about with an ov ersize lmll is exciting.
You ain't seen nuttin' yet