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COLLECTORS FAIR at City Hall, Cardiff Saturday 2nd February 2019 10am - 4pm

M J PROMOTIONS Excellent stocks of the following available:

Stamps, Postcards, Coins, Medals, Postal history, Militaria, Antiques, Bank notes, Ephemera, Cigarette cards, Books, Autographs and small collectors items.

Why not come along and have a look? Future date: Saturday 6th April 2019.

ADMISSION: Only 50p For details contact: Malcolm Harrington 01792 415293


Around 5,542,000

taxpayers have less than a month to complete their Self Assessment tax returns before the 31 January deadline. In total, more than 11.5 million

2017/18 tax

returns are due and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) expects the vast majority of taxpayers to complete their returns and pay any tax owed by the end of the month. Approximately 52% of taxpayers have already filed their returns, as of 31 December 2018, and more than 5 million have completed their returns online (88% of the total returns filed).

Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Mel Stride, said: “It is encouraging that around 52% of taxpayers have already completed their Self Assessment tax returns. With less than one month to go before the deadline, there

are still many

people that need to act now.

Angela MacDonald,

Mobile: 0747 618 7273 Tel: 01685 268947

Email: Web:

Commercial • Domestic • Residential HMRC’s Director

General for Customer Services, said: “The Self Assessment deadline on 31 January is


approaching but there is still time for customers to file their tax returns online and on time to avoid any unnecessary penalties. “If you are completing Self Assessment for the first time or are yet to start your 2017/18 tax return, there is a wide range of support and guidance available on GOV.UK to help at every stage of the tax return process.” For any who

are yet

their 2017/18 Self Assessment,

there are

films and webinars which show each stage of the process, with bespoke

guidance for individuals’ varying circumstances, including a video specifically aimed at customers completing a tax return for the first time that can be seen here

- https://www.

customers to start and-support-for-self- assessment Help is also available on GOV.UK or from the Self Assessment helpline on 0300 200 3310 and on social media. People need to complete a tax return if they: • earned more than £2,500 from renting out property

• or their partner received Child Benefit and either of them had an annual income £50,000

of more than

• received more than £2,500 in other untaxed income, for example from tips or commission • are self-employed sole traders

• are limited company directors

• are shareholders • are employees claiming expenses in excess of £2,500 • have an annual income over £100,000

• earned income from abroad that they need to pay tax on If customers completed a Self Assessment tax return last year but didn’t have any tax to pay, they still need to complete a 2017/18 tax return unless HMRC has written to them to say it is not required.

Welsh Death Plaque on display

2018 commemorated the centenary of the end of the First World War. Many soldiers lost their lives and the British Government setup a committee for the idea of a commemorative plaque that could be given to the next of kin, of those men and women who lost their lives to the First World War of 1914-18. Te World War One Memorial Plaque was

made from

Bronze and oſten known as the “Dead Man’s Penny” among front-line troops, but also becoming widely known as, the “Death Penny”, “Death Plaque” or “Widow's Penny”. Te original plaque was a 12 centimetre disk cast in bronze gunmetal, which included an image of Britannia and a lion, two dolphins that represented Great Britain's sea power and the emblem of

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8 - Friday 11th January 2019 - Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser

Imperial Germany's eagle being torn to pieces by another lion. One such Death Plaque will be on display at the National Botanic Garden of Wales Antiques Fair and Vintage Market. Te National Botanic Gardens of Wales nestles into the Carmarthenshire countryside, on the outskirts of Carmarthen and just 15 minutes away from

the end of the M4. Admission is

£5 just which includes

admission into both the Garden and the Antiques fair and Vintge market. Dogs

are now permitted into the Garden over the Antiques Fair weekend, which will be on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th January 2019. Doors open at 10am and close at 4.30pm For more information about the fairs visit



Sat 26th & Sun 27th January 10:00 - 16.30


DERWEN FAIRS: 01267 220260

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