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UK Self Storage Industry Doing Fine In Spite of Additional Taxes

by Kim Kilpatrick May 30, 2013 11:35 PM
In the United States there are plenty of jokes that make the rounds every April in reference to paying taxes. Folks do not necessarily like to do it, but the law is the law—it has to be done whether you’re an individual or business. Tax issues are not germane to the U.S. though. Folks in the UK have issues with taxes just as much as in the United States— just ask the self storage industry there. [More]

U.S. Self Storage Market Outpaces UK

by John Stevens May 26, 2011 8:01 AM
While the self storage industry remains robust in the United States, it is foundering in the UK. This is mostly due to a slump in England’s housing market that in turn affects moving companies which are tightly knit to the self storage industry. The UK company, Big Yellow Self Storage, said recovery in the sector was unlikely until the economy improves, bringing its shares down three percent. [More]
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