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wraith
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stickmonkeytamer
Today 15:41
Uzbekistan appears to be winning all round, I wonder why? .....

On March 30, 2016, TASS news agency reported that Russia agreed to pardon 95 percent of Uzbekistan’s outstanding debt to Moscow. This landmark deal was heralded by the Russian state media as a major breakthrough in improving the often-strained relationship between Russia and Uzbekistan.

Source: http://thediplomat.com/2016/05/the-implications-of-tightening-russia-uzbekistan-ties/

BW
 
stickmonkeytamer
Posts: 330
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The question is...
Today 14:12
...shall we ever hear anything more?
wraith
Posts: 4,262
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RE: Can someone explain
Today 14:09
mariog
Posts: 368
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RE: Can someone explain
Mon 23:47
Increased by ?
whitenoise
Posts: 17
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Can someone explain
Mon 22:51
I understand oxus had apparently lost the case and the company stopped trading but why is it that my shares have increased in value even though I can't access them.
I use Halifax if that helps.
i8allthepies
Posts: 16
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private i
17 May '16
SimonThePieman
Posts: 1,079
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Thanks
14 May '16
Thanks John, it's just that I was in HNR from 16p and will have a CGT liability this year over my allowance. I had written OXS off in 2015/16 but I'll re calculate my return to claw it back and use it this year. Hmm... every cloud has a silver lining.
johngilchrist
Posts: 7,228
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RE: Any accountants out there?
14 May '16
Any time from when the loss occurred and 4 years from then . As you can't actually sell, it's unclear as to what the date of the loss is, but I would say it's only when the Administrator closes the company and makes the final payment to creditors. Which I don't think that they have done as Calinius I suspect haven't made a final decision So IMHO ...2016/17

https://www.gov.uk/capital-gains-tax/losses
aj99
Posts: 176
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Singin' the Blues
14 May '16
I can recall one Paranoia Blue (a serial ramper) 'Singing-the-Praises' of Oxus Gold.
Good Luck from the Heart to All
SimonThePieman
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Any accountants out there?
14 May '16
If this is a write off when do I claim the CGT relief? Can I claim it in 2015/16 since that was when we found out the case was lost or do I claim it in this tax year 2016/17.




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