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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-06, 7:13 pm

Can anyone recommend an accountant or financial adviser who can tell me where to have my pensions paid so I can avoid tax.  Or is Jeremy Corbyn making it his electoral platform for the next general election by closing all the huge loopholes that allow it?

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Post  Billy D on 2017-11-06, 7:59 pm

Nostalgic wrote:Can anyone recommend an accountant or financial adviser who can tell me where to have my pensions paid so I can avoid tax.  Or is Jeremy Corbyn making it his electoral platform for the next general election by closing all the huge loopholes that allow it?
Well I'll say this pal.
Mrs May has been bleating on today about how the tory twats are gonna clamp down on tax evasion.
I think this only applies to the average working Joe as the big multi nationals will still be allowed to get away with unpaid billions as they'll just say 'ok, f*ck off then, we'll take our business abroad.'
The likes of Coca Cola, Costa Coffee, McDonalds, BP, Shell et al have been getting away with it for years under successive government including Labour yet some poor c**t on the dole makes a tenner cleaning windows & there's hell on.
Just thank f*ck you no longer live here, it's a shithole.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-06, 8:07 pm

Billy D wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Can anyone recommend an accountant or financial adviser who can tell me where to have my pensions paid so I can avoid tax.  Or is Jeremy Corbyn making it his electoral platform for the next general election by closing all the huge loopholes that allow it?
Well I'll say this pal.
Mrs May has been bleating on today about how the tory twats are gonna clamp down on tax evasion.
I think this only applies to the average working Joe as the big multi nationals will still be allowed to get away with unpaid billions as they'll just say 'ok, f*ck off then, we'll take our business abroad.'
The likes of Coca Cola, Costa Coffee, McDonalds, BP, Shell et al have been getting away with it for years under successive government including Labour yet some poor c**t on the dole makes a tenner cleaning windows & there's hell on.
Just thank f*ck you no longer live here, it's a shithole.
Just seen I can fly my private jet into Isle of Man and can recover the VAT.

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-11-06, 8:52 pm

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Billy D wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Can anyone recommend an accountant or financial adviser who can tell me where to have my pensions paid so I can avoid tax.  Or is Jeremy Corbyn making it his electoral platform for the next general election by closing all the huge loopholes that allow it?
Well I'll say this pal.
Mrs May has been bleating on today about how the tory twats are gonna clamp down on tax evasion.
I think this only applies to the average working Joe as the big multi nationals will still be allowed to get away with unpaid billions as they'll just say 'ok, f*ck off then, we'll take our business abroad.'
The likes of Coca Cola, Costa Coffee, McDonalds, BP, Shell et al have been getting away with it for years under successive government including Labour yet some poor c**t on the dole makes a tenner cleaning windows & there's hell on.
Just thank f*ck you no longer live here, it's a shithole.
Just seen I can fly my private jet into Isle of Man and can recover the VAT.
Just use your Caymens credit card, the oldest trick in the book  pirat

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Post  Vincemac on 2017-11-06, 9:22 pm

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Nostalgic wrote:
Billy D wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Can anyone recommend an accountant or financial adviser who can tell me where to have my pensions paid so I can avoid tax.  Or is Jeremy Corbyn making it his electoral platform for the next general election by closing all the huge loopholes that allow it?
Well I'll say this pal.
Mrs May has been bleating on today about how the tory twats are gonna clamp down on tax evasion.
I think this only applies to the average working Joe as the big multi nationals will still be allowed to get away with unpaid billions as they'll just say 'ok, f*ck off then, we'll take our business abroad.'
The likes of Coca Cola, Costa Coffee, McDonalds, BP, Shell et al have been getting away with it for years under successive government including Labour yet some poor c**t on the dole makes a tenner cleaning windows & there's hell on.
Just thank f*ck you no longer live here, it's a shithole.
Just seen I can fly my private jet into Isle of Man and can recover the VAT.
Just use your Caymens credit card, the oldest trick in the book  pirat
They’ve got me hook line and sinker
Been paye all my life 
Can’t hide out or trick the government or tell lie or pay no tax or pay no vat or get any benefits infact I can’t move they just tax me .
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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-06, 10:04 pm

Simply for convenience I transferred my OAP pension to NZ and they were just about level but since Brexit the exchange rate makes me slightly better off off, but not by much.

See, no argument about religion, politics or sex.  Now pensions and tax evasion - that'll get the blood boiling.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-11-07, 7:33 am

I think everyone who is on paye or is self employed or runs a small business and pays a high percentage of their income in taxes has a right to be pissed off... as it seems their is one law for the rich and large corporations who can it seems legally avoid tax ( an the govt does nothing about it). Then there is all of us  who use hospitals, schools and other public services who are starved of funding cos wealthy folk and big multi-nationals do not pay what is due
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-07, 7:48 am

Yes we may well be pissed off but we also know that despite the none stop news about it very little if anything will change.

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Post  Billy D on 2017-11-07, 7:50 am

As a footnote I've just had had a nice rebate from HMRC to the tune of £964.80p.  Very Happy
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-07, 7:57 am

Billy D wrote:As a footnote I've just had had a nice rebate from HMRC to the tune of £964.80p.  Very Happy
get it off shore quickly

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Post  Billy D on 2017-11-07, 8:03 am

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Billy D wrote:As a footnote I've just had had a nice rebate from HMRC to the tune of £964.80p.  Very Happy
get it off shore quickly
It's in my Caymen Islands account mate.
That's where the Queen puts hers.
Theresa May telt me that while I was eating my dinner yesterday.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-07, 8:03 am

Just had a conversation with tax expert about moving my savings off shore like the Queen does. He asked how much, I told him, he advised The Farne Islands

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Post  Vincemac on 2017-11-07, 8:56 am

Nostalgic wrote:Simply for convenience I transferred my OAP pension to NZ and they were just about level but since Brexit the exchange rate makes me slightly better off off, but not by much.

See, no argument about religion, politics or sex.  Now pensions and tax evasion - that'll get the blood boiling.
Me too
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-11-07, 9:13 am

cyprussyd wrote:Just had a conversation with tax expert about moving my savings off shore like the Queen does. He asked how much, I told him, he advised The Farne Islands
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-09, 9:29 am

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