Thursday, 11 February 2016

Tax evasion

On the tax front, instead of arguing amongst themselves in political debate and trying to score against each other as to whose fault it is that google pay only 3% corporation tax, just cross-party cooperate. Both political parties are at fault.

Bring the appalling Lin Homer (she quickly jumped ship after her ennoblement) types at HMRC to book to make the tax system sensible. Instead of all the guff that serial tax evasion consultants such as KPMG and Deliottes (I know it's legal) can extract from the tax code's 11,520 pages, reduce it to just one sentence. 

"You operate a corporation in the UK that takes money from UK taxpayers, then you pay 20% corporation tax."

And stop engaging these consultants for public sector work until they stop helping companies evade tax.


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