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Mortgage Offset Account

Mortgage offset accounts are savings accounts that are structured so your savings balance in the account is offset against your home loan account.

Mortgage offset accounts are savings accounts that are structured so your savings balance in the account is offset against your home loan account.

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2005 – A Tax on Body Piercings

A 6% sales tax on body piercing was introduced by the US state of Arkansas in 2005. The state also applies the 6% sales tax to hair removal and tattoo services.

A 6% sales tax on body piercing was introduced by the US state of Arkansas in 2005. The state also applies the 6% sales tax to hair removal and tattoo services.

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The Clock Tax of 1797

The Duties on Clocks and Watches Act 1797 was an Act passed by the Parliament of Great Britain instituting a tax on clocks and watches.

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The Hair Powder Tax of 1795

The tax on hair powder is one of several taxes William Pitt the Younger introduced in Great Britain to help fund the Napoleonic wars with France.

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1784 - The Hat Tax

In 1784 Pitt the Younger introduced a tax on men’s hats to raise government revenue.

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The Stamp Act of 1712 imposed a stamp tax on United Kingdom publishers

The Stamp Act of 1712 imposed a stamp tax on United Kingdom publishers. The tax was levied on all publishing including newspapers, pamphlets, legal documents, commercial bills, advertisements, and other papers.

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1712 - Queen Anne Introduces a Wallpaper Tax in Great Britain

In 1712 Queen Anne introduced a wallpaper tax in Great Britain to generate much-needed income.

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1709 - Candle Tax

In 1709 the United Kingdom Government introduced the candle tax. A tax was payable by candle makers on each candle they manufactured.

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The Danegeld Land Tax - 810

The Danegeld, or Dane tribute, was a tax raised to pay tribute to the Viking raiders to save a land from being ravaged.

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123 BC – Tax Farming

Tax farming was originally a Roman practice set up by Gaius Gracchus in 123 BC whereby the burden of tax collection was reassigned by the Roman State to private individuals or groups.

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