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Day: March 12, 2016

Seven easy tricks to get rid of belly bloat
ENGLISH, Life Style

Seven easy tricks to get rid of belly bloat

    7 Easy Tricks to Get Rid of Belly Bloat Bloating, when excess gas builds up in the digestive tract, is an uncomfortable state that sometimes goes away when you wake up the next morning and your belly is flat again. Stomach gas is more than an inconvenience when you can’t zip your jeans; it is often painful. If you don’t want to wait a few hours to feel like a normal human being again, it’s important to keep a few tips in mind. 1) Don’t drink too much water before you work out You have to stay hydrated while you exercise, but drinking too much water will certainly make your belly big. The recommended amount of H2O is between 16 and 24 ounces an hour before you hit the gym. Sixty minutes is enough time for the body to absorb the fluid and get rid of what it doesn’t need. Dri...
EU referendum: What will Brexit mean for 2m Britons who are tax residents abroad
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

EU referendum: What will Brexit mean for 2m Britons who are tax residents abroad

    Should Britain choose to leave the European Union (EU), British citizens owning houses in France could end up paying an extra 10% in tax should they decide to sell their properties. EU citizens wishing to buy or sell a property in France face a 39.5% tax. Aspiring buyers have to first pay the tax in France, which can then be offset when it comes to paying taxes in their native countries, as long as it is part of the 28-country bloc. The tax comprises capital gains tax of 19%, a surcharge of up to 6% and social charges of up to 15.5%, equating to a maximum of 36.5%. The French capital gains tax and surcharge paid can then be offset against the tax due in the UK at up to 28%, while French social charges cannot be offset, meaning up to an extra 3% worth of tax is payable in t...
George Osborne clears path for tax cuts in Budget with £1bn benefits raid
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

George Osborne clears path for tax cuts in Budget with £1bn benefits raid

    George Osborne clears path for tax cuts in Budget with £1bn benefits raid More than 600,000 disabled people will lose a portion of their benefits payments in a move that will save £1.2billion by 2020 and could allow the Chancellor to cut taxes for the middle classes. Benefits payments to the disabled are to be cut by more than £1billion in a move that could clear the way for George Osborne to cut taxes for the middle classes in the Budget. Ministers on Friday announced that more than 600,000 disabled people will lose a portion of their benefits payments, in a move that will save £1.2billion by 2020. It gives the Chancellor extra money, which insiders believe he could use to cut taxes in his Budget next week. The Chancellor is set to raise the threshold at which people star...
Malaysia halts intake of all new workers including Bangladeshi labour
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Malaysia halts intake of all new workers including Bangladeshi labour

    The Malaysia government has decided to halt the recruitment of new foreign workers into the country, said Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. This also meant that the initial plan to bring in 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers was officially scrapped, the minister said. "There will not be one, let alone 1.5 million new foreign workers coming into our country. "Employers who need workers will have to apply to legalise existing foreigners in the country without work permits or whose permits have expired," he told reporters after handing letters of appointments to new village Chiefs in the Bagan Datoh parliamentary constituency. Ahmad Zahid who is also Home Minister said employers had until June 30 to legalise such foreign workers. "The Government is bringing forward the d...
GOP candidate Trump calls off rally due to security concerns
America, ENGLISH

GOP candidate Trump calls off rally due to security concerns

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump canceled one of his signature rallies on Friday, calling off the event in Chicago due to safety concerns after protesters packed into the arena where it was to take place. The announcement that the billionaire businessman would postpone the rally until another day led a large portion of the crowd inside the University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion to break out into raucous cheers. Meanwhile, supporters of the candidate started chanting "We want Trump! We want Trump!" There were isolated physical confrontations between some members of the crowd after the event was canceled. There was no sign of Trump inside the arena on the college campus, where dozens of UIC faculty and staff had petitioned university administrators to cance...