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Friday, 21 July 2017

HMRC Wants People To Report Avoidance


Yesterday HMRC posted a tweet about its fraud hotline, asking people to report evasion and avoidance.

Avoidance, as we all know, is legal. However, HMRC want to mire the term with the illegal activity of evasion.

Oddly enough, after an outburst of piss taking tweets from taxpayers, the HMRC tweet was deleted.


Fortunately someone took a screen shot!

Tax does have to be taxing.

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8 comments:

  1. if you would "like" to report it? Wakey wakey HMRC clowns, nobody except the sad, jealous or disturbed would "like" to report it. It comes down to morals: whether one believes it to be duty to report it, or whether one believes it to be wrong to grass, or whether one believes HMRC are morally fit to be dealing with this work.
    Like does not come into it. Uneducated morons...

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  2. Look in the mirror HMRC, what do you see?You require morals to take the moral high ground, ethics to differentiate between good and bad and credibility to make it all believable.
    When you have a management structure and ethos that works to these basic principles you may begin to gaze up the steps of the ladder that will lead you there.
    Until then, feck off you bunch of hypocrites!

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  3. NOT as O/T as you may first believe...
    Went to cinema and watched DUNKIRK last night.
    Besides the absolutely brilliant film and a ripple of applause from the audience as the Little Ships bravely set out and many other points during the film when a lump came to the throat or a tear to the corner of one's eye and a huge nfeeling of pride in being British...
    2 things sprang to mind;
    1. This is why the majority of true Brits voted leave/out/Brexit, and;
    2. HMRC managers should be compelled to watch the film as it harkens back to an era when...well you know the rest, and I suggest you Excom bastids learn Churchill's speach off by heart and fuck Common Purpose!

    Have a nice Sunday y'all!
    And not an Amuricun to be seen ;]

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  4. Stakeholder engagement
    Stakeholder engagement is the process by which an organisation involves people who may be affected by the decisions it makes or can influence the implementation of its decisions. They may support or oppose the decisions, be influential in the organization or within the community in which it operates, hold relevant official positions or be affected in the long term.

    The alert will have become aware of a certain dichotomy here wrt to HMRC, clue, the bit about "...people who MAY be affected..."

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  5. should people report tax avoidance? before doing so they should consider that unlike evasion, avoidance is often perfectly legal.

    should people report anything to hmrc? up to them but bear in mind, would you want the person u reported to know u made the call ? hmrc are known to have been non-compliant with confidential data. in one case a manager divulged to a third party member of the public as part of a campaign of bullying tactics. that manager was NOT investigated, was NOT disciplined and was NOT prosecuted (what happened was a criminal offence). data is NOT safe with that bunch of hypocritical , cowardly , weak , insecure , disturbed , callous , law breaking bullies

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  6. If our tax law enforcers are known to be breaking laws, and nothing is done about it, people perhaps should not risk placing themselves in a vulnerable situation by getting involved in reporting their 'friends', family or neighbours.

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