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View georgenorman's Profile georgenorman Flag 11 Apr 22 6.12pm Send a Private Message to georgenorman Add georgenorman as a friend

Anyone going to admit to having an ISA?

 

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Originally posted by georgenorman

Anyone going to admit to having an ISA?

Is that a way of saving money and not paying tax then ?

 

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 11 Apr 22 7.11pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by georgenorman

Anyone going to admit to having an ISA?

Thatís saving money after itís been income taxed. And the allowance isnít very big anyway. Soon youíll be taxed so much on your death bed with your offspring and theirs being squeezed so much I wonder whether people will look at these times and raise questions and point fingers. Maybe the younger generations will be so brainwashed they wonít. At least weíre giving millions in aid to India after the Sunaks avoid all the tax they can live here, claim they donít, or is that India? Or is it both? Does she live anywhere? There are countries that require you to pay to live there, regardless of whether your money is made there or outside of that country, you know, for services etc you use and your share and input into the cost of running a society rather than take take take.

 


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View georgenorman's Profile georgenorman Flag 11 Apr 22 7.19pm Send a Private Message to georgenorman Add georgenorman as a friend

Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

Thatís saving money after itís been income taxed. And the allowance isnít very big anyway. Soon youíll be taxed so much on your death bed with your offspring and theirs being squeezed so much I wonder whether people will look at these times and raise questions and point fingers. Maybe the younger generations will be so brainwashed they wonít. At least weíre giving millions in aid to India after the Sunaks avoid all the tax they can live here, claim they donít, or is that India? Or is it both? Does she live anywhere? There are countries that require you to pay to live there, regardless of whether your money is made there or outside of that country, you know, for services etc you use and your share and input into the cost of running a society rather than take take take.

It's avoiding tax on interest on savings. It's something most people would do as good housekeeping.

 

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 11 Apr 22 7.25pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by georgenorman

It's avoiding tax on interest on savings. It's something most people would do as good housekeeping.

I know it is. My point was that the money being saved has already been taxed at income source or in your tax returns. Itís not the same as huge tax avoidance by the chancellorís wife who claims not to live here with him. Maybe they have agreement, maybe at the wedding service lol. Not to live together for 1 day more than the allowed time to avoid a few million when sheís worth billions. Some rich people are seriously weird, especially when it comes to large sums of money. No shame.

 


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View georgenorman's Profile georgenorman Flag 11 Apr 22 7.35pm Send a Private Message to georgenorman Add georgenorman as a friend

Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

I know it is. My point was that the money being saved has already been taxed at income source or in your tax returns. Itís not the same as huge tax avoidance by the chancellorís wife who claims not to live here with him. Maybe they have agreement, maybe at the wedding service lol. Not to live together for 1 day more than the allowed time to avoid a few million when sheís worth billions. Some rich people are seriously weird, especially when it comes to large sums of money. No shame.

Not necessarily, I have money in an ISA that I won with Premium Bonds. My point is that most people will use all the legal means to avoid tax.

 

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 11 Apr 22 7.40pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by georgenorman

Not necessarily, I have money in an ISA that I won with Premium Bonds. My point is that most people will use all the legal means to avoid tax.

But theyíre not all chancellor. The fact Rishiís dream of being PM is finished should tell anyone defending his corner how this canít be allowed from someone in charge. How anyone thinks it should be allowed is mind boggling.

 


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Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

But theyíre not all chancellor. The fact Rishiís dream of being PM is finished should tell anyone defending his corner how this canít be allowed from someone in charge. How anyone thinks it should be allowed is mind boggling.

So everyone should pay as much tax as they possibly can? Perhaps good citizens should take up smoking to increase their tax payments.

 

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 11 Apr 22 7.52pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by georgenorman

So everyone should pay as much tax as they possibly can? Perhaps good citizens should take up smoking to increase their tax payments.

Iím talking about this chancellor set up with a wife who does but doesnít live with him and the kids and family. He canít be PM now for good reason.

 


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Originally posted by georgenorman

Not necessarily, I have money in an ISA that I won with Premium Bonds. My point is that most people will use all the legal means to avoid tax.

That's a very uncommon scenario though. Most peoples ISAs contain money they have earned and therefore paid taxes on already.

Point take that people try to avoid tax, but there are vastly more opportunities to do so for the rich, precisely because they set the rules. There's a bit of a difference between the man of the street finding ways to cut a few hundred off their tax bill, and the megarich chancellor of the exchequer and his mrs finding ways to avoid paying tax in the UK or having unusual residency assangements. All while preaching to us about tough times ahead and the like. It's hardly an 'we're in it all together' moment.

His wife gained government contracts into the tens of millions. I doubt that's a 'co-incidence', so if she's going to take advantage of the system she should also pay into it.


 

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Originally posted by BlueJay

That's a very uncommon scenario though. Most peoples ISAs contain money they have earned and therefore paid taxes on already.

Point take that people try to avoid tax, but there are vastly more opportunities to do so for the rich, precisely because they set the rules. There's a bit of a difference between the man of the street finding ways to cut a few hundred off their tax bill, and the megarich chancellor of the exchequer and his mrs finding ways to avoid paying tax in the UK or having unusual residency assangements. All while preaching to us about tough times ahead and the like. It's hardly an 'we're in it all together' moment.

His wife gained government contracts into the tens of millions. I doubt that's a 'co-incidence', so if she's going to take advantage of the system she should also pay into it.

The government of the day set the rules.

 

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View BlueJay's Profile BlueJay Flag UK 11 Apr 22 8.23pm Send a Private Message to BlueJay Add BlueJay as a friend

Originally posted by georgenorman

The government of the day set the rules.

Yes, and they very rarely (if ever) reflect the will of the people on issues that they or those around them personally benefit from. If anything that's why they just love us obsessing over social issues. Squabbling while they make bank regardless.

Edited by BlueJay (11 Apr 2022 8.31pm)

 

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