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first things first - last year's rise
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Astonishingly, and just to confuse everybody, the local government payaward for last April (200:face-thinks: has just been announced, allowing the IfA minimum rates for 2008-09 to be set!

http://www.archaeologists.net/modules/ne...toryid=366

Those rates are the one to which the 2009-10 rise will be applied, presumably.
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#2
indeed they will be... Smile I did like the irony that the IfA rates for 2008/2009 were set just in time for the 2009/2010 ones to be raised.

Now... sit back and enjoy the ride. Smile



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