HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
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Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Reasonably Absolute

Jon Thompson


Tax does have to be taxing.

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5 comments:

  1. "Reasonably absolute" ? Sounds like bullshit to me...

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  2. The definition of sweetheart deal in the dictionary is any agreement in which a public body offers unduly favourable terms to a private company or individual.
    (educalingo.com)

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    1. By that definition HMRC offer sweetheart deals to corrupt members of their staff...

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  3. Reasonably absolute equals Smoke and Mirrors......

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  4. If it's meaningless platitudes you want, see how well the Brexit/VAT conundrum is being dealt with:

    https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201719/cmselect/cmeuleg/301-xxxvi/30118.htm#_idTextAnchor041

    Hard to escape the conclusion that all those years of ignoring borders, VAT and Customs enforcement is coming home to roost and dumping all the stored cap on their heads in one go.

    WTF did they tell Ministers about how well the Chequers VAT delusion could ever possibly go?

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