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So I have been adding up a lot of money

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Over the last 3 years I have been adding up money on MISC: All the benefit frauds All the VAT frauds All the con artists All the cash 4 crash merchants etc etc And All of their cons add… Read More
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banned4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Over the last 3 years I have been adding up money on MISC:

All the benefit frauds
All the VAT frauds
All the con artists
All the cash 4 crash merchants

etc etc

And All of their cons added together comes no where close to....

Philip Greens £500 million theft from the pension funds of BHS workers that the taxpayers will have to cover unless he pays that money back.

After Robert Maxwells dip in the sea... Philips fraud has to be the best theft in the last 2 decades ...
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banned4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
I don't know but all the MP's don't do so bad stealing everyone's money.
1 Like #2
You clearly didn't include my enterprising in your sums.

Philip Green. Pfft. Small fry.
banned#3
drtongue
I don't know but all the MP's don't do so bad stealing everyone's money.

If every MP stole £800,000 it would still be less than our magical Philip Green
banned 1 Like #4
miikeyblue
You clearly didn't include my enterprising in your sums.

Philip Green. Pfft. Small fry.

Take him out. I will take 5%.
1 Like #5
YouDontWantToKnow
drtongue
I don't know but all the MP's don't do so bad stealing everyone's money.
If every MP stole 952,800.64€ (£800,000) it would still be less than our magical Philip Green

Not if it was the House of Lords.
banned#6
landros1
YouDontWantToKnow
drtongue
I don't know but all the MP's don't do so bad stealing everyone's money.
If every MP stole 952,800.64€ (£800,000) it would still be less than our magical Philip Green
Not if it was the House of Lords.

Very clever :)
#7
You have to remember that it's not big Phil that took the money, the majority is in 'Lady' Greens name. So that £500 million is well and truly gone.

Seems no one really cares though I bet his sorry their other stores will be chocker as it doesn't seem to stop people shopping there. :(


Edited By: eslick on Dec 15, 2016 18:15
#8
makes me weep, so are you going to contact him to let him know of your important sums.
#9
There are a lot of con people out there, from the bottom to the top, whether it's big or small it's still not fair on the rest of us paying our way.
2 Likes #10
RonChew
airfix
There are a lot of con people out there, from the bottom to the top, whether it's big or small it's still not fair on the rest of us paying our way.
Irony overload from a self-confessed tax avoider. (_;)
Do you know what avoiding tax means? It helps little firms survive and grow, it's not at all like defrauding systems. I dare say you put money into isas etc to 'avoid' tax, do your mates run around like headless chickens when you tell them ?
#11
airfix
RonChew
airfix
There are a lot of con people out there, from the bottom to the top, whether it's big or small it's still not fair on the rest of us paying our way.
Irony overload from a self-confessed tax avoider. (_;)
Do you know what avoiding tax means? It helps little firms survive and grow, it's not at all like defrauding systems. I dare say you put money into isas etc to 'avoid' tax, do your mates run around like headless chickens when you tell them ?
No matter how you want to dress it up, every time you avoid or evade £1 of tax, someone somewhere has to pay an extra pound of tax to make up for it. Suggesting that ISAs are some kind of avoidance scheme is just desperately naive.

Including the running costs of a private car in your business, which I recall you admitting to, is, in any case, evasion rather than avoidance, however much you'd like to think that it isn't. The bottom line is that it is fraud but, hey, why let that bother you if you're getting away with it.

Edited By: RonChew on Dec 15, 2016 22:03
1 Like #12
Yes so have i, but i been adding up me own money X)
1 Like #13
RonChew
airfix
RonChew
airfix
There are a lot of con people out there, from the bottom to the top, whether it's big or small it's still not fair on the rest of us paying our way.
Irony overload from a self-confessed tax avoider. (_;)
Do you know what avoiding tax means? It helps little firms survive and grow, it's not at all like defrauding systems. I dare say you put money into isas etc to 'avoid' tax, do your mates run around like headless chickens when you tell them ?
No matter how you want to dress it up, every time you avoid or evade £1 of tax, someone somewhere has to pay an extra pound of tax to make up for it. Suggesting that ISAs are some kind of avoidance scheme is just desperately naive.
Including the running costs of a private car in your business, which I recall you admitting to, is, in any case, evasion rather than avoidance, however much you'd like to think that it isn't. The bottom line is that it is fraud but, hey, why let that bother you if you're getting away with it.
I put through my mileage just like everyone else, I pay my tax bill which us calculated on profit, if I choose to get my profit down if I think it's too high then that is a wsy for small businesses to survive, after all , we are valued for what we contribute to the country. I get a small business relief on my industrial unit, it's below a certain size and I pay no rates, shock horror, that's awful isn't it ?
#14
airfix
RonChew
airfix
RonChew
airfix
There are a lot of con people out there, from the bottom to the top, whether it's big or small it's still not fair on the rest of us paying our way.
Irony overload from a self-confessed tax avoider. (_;)
Do you know what avoiding tax means? It helps little firms survive and grow, it's not at all like defrauding systems. I dare say you put money into isas etc to 'avoid' tax, do your mates run around like headless chickens when you tell them ?
No matter how you want to dress it up, every time you avoid or evade £1 of tax, someone somewhere has to pay an extra pound of tax to make up for it. Suggesting that ISAs are some kind of avoidance scheme is just desperately naive.
Including the running costs of a private car in your business, which I recall you admitting to, is, in any case, evasion rather than avoidance, however much you'd like to think that it isn't. The bottom line is that it is fraud but, hey, why let that bother you if you're getting away with it.
I put through my mileage just like everyone else, I pay my tax bill which us calculated on profit, if I choose to get my profit down if I think it's too high then that is a wsy for small businesses to survive, after all , we are valued for what we contribute to the country. I get a small business relief on my industrial unit, it's below a certain size and I pay no rates, shock horror, that's awful isn't it ?
Of course not. Those are government incentive schemes in the same way as ISAs. As long as you don't have to lie to get tax advantages, I have no problem with it. It's just that I've seen you boasting on here about avoiding tax. If it's just bravado then more fool you for your naievety. If you're actually doing something dishonest then you are cheating honest taxpayers.
#15
mutley1
Yes so have i, but i been adding up me own money X)
And how many bags of pennies have you counted so far?
#16
RonChew
mutley1
Yes so have i, but i been adding up me own money X)
And how many bags of pennies have you counted so far?

odd but true, i really hate coins. dirty and smelly and weighs heavy in me bag so i always spend them as soon as i have them so i never have enough to get a collection bag from them. the only time i get a bag from the pennies is when i win at the gaming machines at the seaside. i love playing those where you put the coin in and wait for lots to be pushed out.

i always played with them as a child and it has stuck with me as an adult so although i always end up putting more in than i get out, it is a game i look forward to when i go to the seaside like hot dogs and ice cream :3
#17
RonChew
airfix
RonChew
airfix
RonChew
airfix
There are a lot of con people out there, from the bottom to the top, whether it's big or small it's still not fair on the rest of us paying our way.
Irony overload from a self-confessed tax avoider. (_;)
Do you know what avoiding tax means? It helps little firms survive and grow, it's not at all like defrauding systems. I dare say you put money into isas etc to 'avoid' tax, do your mates run around like headless chickens when you tell them ?
No matter how you want to dress it up, every time you avoid or evade £1 of tax, someone somewhere has to pay an extra pound of tax to make up for it. Suggesting that ISAs are some kind of avoidance scheme is just desperately naive.
Including the running costs of a private car in your business, which I recall you admitting to, is, in any case, evasion rather than avoidance, however much you'd like to think that it isn't. The bottom line is that it is fraud but, hey, why let that bother you if you're getting away with it.
I put through my mileage just like everyone else, I pay my tax bill which us calculated on profit, if I choose to get my profit down if I think it's too high then that is a wsy for small businesses to survive, after all , we are valued for what we contribute to the country. I get a small business relief on my industrial unit, it's below a certain size and I pay no rates, shock horror, that's awful isn't it ?
Of course not. Those are government incentive schemes in the same way as ISAs. As long as you don't have to lie to get tax advantages, I have no problem with it. It's just that I've seen you boasting on here about avoiding tax. If it's just bravado then more fool you for your naievety. If you're actually doing something dishonest then you are cheating honest taxpayers.
When you are self employed stroke in business there are perks, the government aren't stupid, if you have the balls I say do it, if you just want paye then that's fine too, but you miss out a lot(flexibility etc). although you have a bit of worry during quiet times in business. That's the world of going it alone.
#18
mutley1
RonChew
mutley1
Yes so have i, but i been adding up me own money X)
And how many bags of pennies have you counted so far?
odd but true, i really hate coins. dirty and smelly and weighs heavy in me bag so i always spend them as soon as i have them so i never have enough to get a collection bag from them. the only time i get a bag from the pennies is when i win at the gaming machines at the seaside. i love playing those where you put the coin in and wait for lots to be pushed out.
i always played with them as a child and it has stuck with me as an adult so although i always end up putting more in than i get out, it is a game i look forward to when i go to the seaside like hot dogs and ice cream :3
I've never had hot dogs and ice cream, sounds delicious oO
#19
airfix
mutley1
RonChew
mutley1
Yes so have i, but i been adding up me own money X)
And how many bags of pennies have you counted so far?
odd but true, i really hate coins. dirty and smelly and weighs heavy in me bag so i always spend them as soon as i have them so i never have enough to get a collection bag from them. the only time i get a bag from the pennies is when i win at the gaming machines at the seaside. i love playing those where you put the coin in and wait for lots to be pushed out.
i always played with them as a child and it has stuck with me as an adult so although i always end up putting more in than i get out, it is a game i look forward to when i go to the seaside like hot dogs and ice cream :3
I've never had hot dogs and ice cream, sounds delicious oO

Not together! I have to have the ice cream first before i have the hot dog, else it spoils everything.

I think this is because we used to pass the ice cream parlour first down the beach, so we would get the ice cream before we get to the hot dog stand when i was little, and so this order is imprinted in me head :)
#20
Congrats.
#21
Biggest Thief this decade = David Cameron / George Osborne

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