8 January 2014

Newsletter Winter 2013 Quiz answers

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  1. What is the ISA allowance for the 2013/14 tax year? (Have you used yours?) – £11,520
  2. If a person was given all the gifts in the song “The Twelve days of Christmas”, how many gifts in total would they receive? – 364
  3. What Christmas item was invented by London baker Tom Smith in 1847? – Christmas Crackers
  4. For Income Tax purposes what is the Personal Allowance to be introduced form 6th April 2014? – £10,000
  5. If you were born on Christmas day under what zodiac sign would you be? – Capricorn
  6. What is the current Inheritance Tax (IHT) nil rate band? – £325,000
  7. What were the names of the three wise man? – Caspar, Balthasar and Melchior
  8. Which plant associated with Christmas has the Latin name Viscum Album? – Mistletoe
  9. What Christmas item was first commercially designed by John Calcott Horsley in 1843? – The Christmas Card
  10. Who were “Walking Backwards to Christmas”, in song in 1956? – The Goons

Thanks for taking part – If you got all of these correct – well done!!  If not, you need to speak with us!!