Tax

  • Max Biaggi acquitted of tax evasion charges

    Max Biaggi acquitted of tax evasion charges

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    The six-time world champion finally has some good news after his father passed away last week. Max Biaggi will not face charges over alleged tax evasion that amounted to nearly 18 million euros and could have meant that the Italian would have been sent to prison for a year. A hearing in the Court of…

  • Max Biaggi accused of TAX EVASION. Could face YEAR in PRISON.

    Max Biaggi accused of TAX EVASION. Could face YEAR in PRISON.

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    Max Biaggi has been accused of evading 18 million euros in tax between 2011 and 2012 – and according to the prosecution, he could face up to a year in prison after fraudulently moving his address to Monaco. Italian prosecutor Giuseppe Olivo has said that Biaggi moved his residence fraudulently in order to “avoid paying…

  • Donald Trump threatens ‘big tax’ on Harley-Davidson bikes imported into the US

    Donald Trump threatens ‘big tax’ on Harley-Davidson bikes imported into the US

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    US President Donald Trump has turned on Harley-Davidson after the American company announced that it could move motorcycle production out of the United States. H-D made the announcement following a 25% tax imposed on its bikes by European markets last Friday. That levvy was brought into play as a tit-for-tat move in reply to Trump’s…

  • Myth-busting advice from the DVLA for bikers ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend

    Myth-busting advice from the DVLA for bikers ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend

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    Almost 10,000 bikers were fined for putting untaxed motorbikes on the road last year according to latest figures from DVLA. Over the winter months, thousands of riders declare their motorbikes as SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification) – meaning they can keep their bikes off the road without paying tax.  Recent figures from the DVLA show…

  • New DVLA road tax changes – your questions answered

    New DVLA road tax changes – your questions answered

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    With the new road tax changes coming into effect from October 1st, we wanted to make sure everyone knew exactly how it would affect them. By speaking with the DVLA, we’ve got what we believe to be the most complete guide to taxing your bike or car… Despite no longer needing to display a paper disc, you’ll…

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