National Fig Week on November, 2017: Can anyone explain National Insurance and PAYE to me?

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Can anyone explain National Insurance and PAYE to me?

PAYE

647L means you can earn 6475 a year before paying tax. Dividing by 12, the first 539 pounds each month is not taxed. You earn about 720 a month, less 539 is 181 taxable at 20p, so you would pay 36 pounds income tax.

NI - about 11% of earnings above around 60 pounds a week. Not sure of the exact figs, I think NI is 2% up to the 60 pounds.

extra comment - each year, around April/May you will be given a P60 slip from your employer - keep all these safely.

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How many Brits care a fig @ UK Party Conference season? How many questions about it here in the

How many Brits care a fig @ UK Party Conference season? How many questions about it here in the past 3 weeks?

I watched all 3 conferences...

HELP ME!!!!!My RE homework is due tomoz and i cant do it!!! i need a timeline of easter week!!! PLZ

HELP ME!!!!!My RE homework is due tomoz and i cant do it!!! i need a timeline of easter week!!! PLZ HELP ME!!!

I always used to do my homework on the bus going to school!

Right, here goes, a Bible in front of me but can't promise miracles!

St. Mark Chapter 11

Jesus rides in triumph into Jerusalem on the back of an unbroken donkey..People cut down branches of the palm trees and threw them in front of the donkey.

Jesus went to Bethany (nr. Jerusalem) in the evening with his disciples. In the morning Jesus was hungry and wanted to eat figs but their was no fruit (wrong Season) so Jesus said that the tree should never bear fruit.

They came to Jerusalem and Jesus went to the Temple where he threw out the moneychangers (memorable bit about My house being a house of prayer and ye have made it a den of thieves)

That evening he went out into the City and saw the fig tree which had withered away during the night.

Jesus tells diciples that they should forgive any which trespass again them

Back to Jerusalem - accosted by the priests, elders and scribes who asked him by whose authority he did these things. Jesus answered that it was by his baptism by John the Baptist.

Jesus tells the parable of the vineyard.

Jesus says words: render unto Ceasar that which is Ceasar's and unto God that which is God's

Jesus is asked to name the first commandment by one of the Scribes. His answer was "Hear Oh Israel, the Lord thy God the Lord is One"

(Note, if you want to impress - this is the first line of the most important prayer in Judaism, and the Hebrew reads:

"Shema, Yisrael, Adonai Elohenu, Adonai Echad"

Jesus tells the story of the widow's mite

Jesus foretells the destruction of the ~Temple and chilling words that National shall rise up against Nation and Kingdom against Kingdom. He foretells the fall of man and the end of the World.

Two days later was the Passover and the Elders were already plotting how to seize Jesus and put him to death

Jesus sends Disciples into the City to find a man carrying a pitcher of water and to ask for the use of his guesthcmaber for the Passover supper. Judas dips his bread at the same time as Jesus marking him as the traitor.

Jesus is seized when identified by Judas kissing him.

Chapter 14 v.61 The High Priest asks Jesus if he is the Christ and Jesus confirms he is..

Chapter 15 Jesus brought bound and accused before Pontius Pilate who asks Him if he is the King of the Jews. Jesus confirms this.

Pilate offers the crowds Barabbas or Jesus - the crowds choose Barabbas.

Jesus crucified.

In the evening Jesus taken down from the cross, wrapped in linen and laid in a tomb belonging to Joseph of Arimathaea

The day following the Sabbath (now called Easter Sunday, Mary hsi Mother and Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and found Jesus not there. "He is risen"

Phew! Do I deserve and A+ or what?!

Best of luck!

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