It was the mighty FX-7000G when I were a lad ... wasn't a pre-requisite but it did make A-Level maths easier
20 posts • joined 21 Aug 2009
Teachers: Make your pupils' parents buy them an iPad to use at school. Oh and did you pack sunglasses for the Apple-funded jolly?
Re: It is a bit odd
Your mixing your taxes up there - this is corporation tax on profits which is neither being collected in Eire, nor in the countries where that profit is generated.
VAT is collected by the Supplier from the consumer and offset against any VAT on purchases the Supplier has made in the course of its business; the remainder being paid to revenue & customs (or other local equivalent)
The joys of digital succession
As mentioned, the cost of the device is negligible in the cost they are racking up - I suspect the more sentimental value is in the digital assets ... just now these do not carry the same protection as physical assets (unless you are in particular US states).
If you want to pass your digital assets, do it in life; its far simpler just now
@Robert Long 1
Yeah - exactly.... becuase Vauxhall, Ford, Volvo and others all get a cut when you sell your car to someone else ... Oh wait, that's wrong isn't it
Let me try that again, Barrat's, Wimpy, Cala homes etc all get a cut when you sell your house ... nah, that's wrong too.
One last try, Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, Sony etc all get a cut from the 2nd hand camera market ... nope - still not working.