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This week's stories have provoked some passionate responses from FE Trustnet's readers. Here are some of the highlights...
By Joshua Ausden, News Editor, FE Trustnet
Friday July 20, 2012
Why dont people like the boss of selfridges, David Coultard, Lewis Hamilton as do many more British business and sport personalities that live in Monaco to avoid paying Tax. They're taking money from the British public or companies, so surely they should be paying tax back to the British public.
Theyre taking money from the British public or companies? Expand on that please and explain exactly what you mean if you dont mind. Selfridges is a listed company and I doubt it's british owned. It does trade in the UK but it pays corporation tax on money it earns from the the UK. As for DC and LH, what are they taking out of the UK exactly?
@Mr Pear: dodgy schemes and bent accountants? You're a well informed chap aren't you?@Mr Parkinson: IFA's like every other professional should take responsibility for their actions. Extrapolating your theory I would say that if Parliament didn't try to tax people, tax accountants wouldn't try to avoid tax. And what HMRC are doing letting us continue is this: tax avoidance is legal. It's not for HMRC to judge in any event. It's for the Courts. Basic stuff mate.
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