Jimmy Carr has been using a "legal" scheme to avoid paying tax according to tory boy "call-me-dave" Cameron. Jimmy, "nine -out -of- ten -cats pay the- going- rate perhaps?" Carr obviously isnt the only one, no-one would bother operating a tax avoidance scheme for one.
Someones bubbled him. Was it to divert attention from the Industrial Action taken by our under paid doctors?
Industrail Action my arse, why not simply call it going on strike? Not politically correct enougth?
Life must be one long struggle for the doctors pullining an average of £100,000 a year. And just how do they manage retiring at 60 with a meare £140,000 tax free lump sum and a pittance of a pension of only £50,000 per annum?
Seemingly quite well apparentley. Our local professional sporting clubs have to have a doctor present before they can kick a ball these days. The hard pressed docs can charge virtually what they like yet t's becoming virtually impossible to get one for under £350. Mind you they have watch the match until the end! It must be hell for them. Poor things.
I've had three demands from the Inland Revenue so far this week. All for different amounts going back over the last four tax years. two of which I was out of work, and not entitled to any state benefits. I also paid them a fair wack last week but surprise surprise they haven't bothered sending a receipt out, just more demands.
Seemingly a part time job on minimum wage attracts the Reveunes attention more then a millionaire comedian and his mates making a living out of laughing at the rest of us.
Oh happy day!
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