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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!
Posted by: Brian Coyle
Date/Time: 30/09/14 16:48:00

Vanessa, what is wrong, morally or otherwise, with not paying more tax than you are legally obliged to pay?
Should I refuse to pay for duty-free items? Perhaps we should not put any savings into an ISA? The main reason for which is to 'avoid' paying tax. If I have a car and a bike, should I ditch the bike because I would be avoiding paying tax on the fuel it would cost for my journey? What is the problem with availing oneself of the allowances that are legally available. How can avoiding tax where legally possible, be immoral? Does tax efficiency equate to tax avoidance and immorality? Tax avoidance strikes me as being totally justified, sensible, moral and absolutely essential when arranging your affairs in order to achieve the best possible outcome - e.g. for your family/dependents. If the problem is loop holes, resulting in tax evasion, then a change in the law is required.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
My Hero!30/09/14 11:09:00 Vanessa Smith
   Re:My Hero!30/09/14 11:38:00 Susan Kelly
      Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 12:49:00 Sam Hearn
         Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 12:53:00 Jonathan Bingham
            Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 13:22:00 Birna Helgadottir
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 13:29:00 Jim Lawes
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 14:15:00 Sam Hearn
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 14:27:00 Trudie Fuller
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 15:58:00 Keith Iddon
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 16:01:00 Paul Allen
      Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 16:08:00 Richard Greenhough
         Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 16:20:00 Keith Iddon
            Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 16:48:00 Brian Coyle
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 17:27:00 Guy Lambert
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 18:03:00 Vanessa Smith
         Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 16:48:00 Guy Lambert
            Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 17:53:00 Keith Iddon
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 18:07:00 Guy Lambert
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero!30/09/14 18:13:00 Richard Greenhough
            Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero! - Income Tax Rates30/09/14 18:09:00 Richard Greenhough
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero! - Income Tax Rates30/09/14 22:37:00 Steve Taylor
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero! - Income Tax Rates30/09/14 22:43:00 Steve Taylor
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:My Hero! - Income Tax Rates30/09/14 22:51:00 bobby osborne

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