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userBulletguy
Posted: 7 December 2018 10:49 PM
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Sunderland voted 61% Leave and 39% Remain in the referendum. Two and a half years on and now look (Ostriches be aware....do not open this link).


https://twitter.com/bphillipsonMP/status/1070659918498357248
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Posted: 8 December 2018 7:28 AM
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Lordy ... You can recite word for word my 7 year old posts but forget that Barry has already posted this claptrap
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Posted: 8 December 2018 7:37 AM
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Bulletguy - 2018-12-07 10:49 PM


Sunderland voted 61% Leave and 39% Remain in the referendum. Two and a half years on and now look (Ostriches be aware....do not open this link).


https://twitter.com/bphillipsonMP/status/1070659918498357248


So that's 51% of her constituents that have "bothered" to contact her ..........

Very scientific .......

All that proves is Remoaners are more vociferous WHINGERS than Brexiteers .........

Folk only need to peruse Chatterbox to discover that fact .........

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Posted: 8 December 2018 9:53 AM
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Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.
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Posted: 8 December 2018 12:20 PM
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Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry
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Posted: 8 December 2018 1:03 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


24th June 2016 .........

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Posted: 8 December 2018 1:48 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.
userantony1969
Posted: 8 December 2018 2:12 PM
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Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


Thought you went off to the big smoke and made ya fortune in that London , deserting the poor and needy in your local area and spending your money in the bars and top end restaurants there and not at the desperate local businesses and folk you now care so much about ??? ... Your a bit like one a them luvvies type actors who run off to the States for fame and fortune never to return yet claim an undying love for where they dumped ... Interesting-A-Mondo
userpelmetman
Posted: 8 December 2018 2:27 PM
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Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


I don't recall you ever saying a word about them until after the referendum? ...........

userpelmetman
Posted: 8 December 2018 2:27 PM
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Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


I don't recall you ever saying a word about them until after the referendum? ...........

userBarryd999
Posted: 8 December 2018 2:34 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 2:12 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


Thought you went off to the big smoke and made ya fortune in that London , deserting the poor and needy in your local area and spending your money in the bars and top end restaurants there and not at the desperate local businesses and folk you now care so much about ??? ... Your a bit like one a them luvvies type actors who run off to the States for fame and fortune never to return yet claim an undying love for where they dumped ... Interesting-A-Mondo


Ah I see. So in order to support the poor you have to be one. I never spent my money in the bars and top end restaurants of London, I spent someone elses Money in the bars and top end restaurants in London. In some respects thats cool as I was pishing the corporate tax avoiders stash against some wall in Soho.

Ive always paid my taxes, supported charities that help the homeless and less well off. I still occasionally pop into Darlo to throw a few out of date biscuits and stuff at the plebs. What more do you want?
userBulletguy
Posted: 8 December 2018 4:24 PM
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Oh dear....despite being warned the two Ostriches just couldn't resist opening the link so kick off blarting and wailing.
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Posted: 8 December 2018 5:18 PM
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Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 2:34 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 2:12 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


Thought you went off to the big smoke and made ya fortune in that London , deserting the poor and needy in your local area and spending your money in the bars and top end restaurants there and not at the desperate local businesses and folk you now care so much about ??? ... Your a bit like one a them luvvies type actors who run off to the States for fame and fortune never to return yet claim an undying love for where they dumped ... Interesting-A-Mondo


Ah I see. So in order to support the poor you have to be one. I never spent my money in the bars and top end restaurants of London, I spent someone elses Money in the bars and top end restaurants in London. In some respects thats cool as I was pishing the corporate tax avoiders stash against some wall in Soho.

Ive always paid my taxes, supported charities that help the homeless and less well off. I still occasionally pop into Darlo to throw a few out of date biscuits and stuff at the plebs. What more do you want?


Youve gone all Hollywood Bullet style ... Ive not said you have to be poor like you claim unless you can show different ... Is a "corporate tax avoider" someone who breaks the law when paying tax or pays the legal amount owed ??? ... I bet if you were truthful you've either taken a cash payment or paid cash to someone to make it cheaper , you'll prolly deny it and I wont believe you if you do and that my friend will make you worse than the legal "corporate tax avoiders" ... Ive worked for all types who've paid me cash fully in the knowledge that if they did doing so made it cheaper for obvious reasons ... Coppers , teachers , tax office worker once , a school unbelievably etc etc

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Posted: 8 December 2018 5:54 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 5:18 PM...……….. Ive worked for all types who've paid me cash fully in the knowledge that if they did doing so made it cheaper for obvious reasons ... Coppers , teachers , tax office worker once , a school unbelievably etc etc

Interesting admission on a public forum! Anyone work for HMRC?
userantony1969
Posted: 8 December 2018 6:05 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 5:18 PM...……….. Ive worked for all types who've paid me cash fully in the knowledge that if they did doing so made it cheaper for obvious reasons ... Coppers , teachers , tax office worker once , a school unbelievably etc etc

Interesting admission on a public forum! Anyone work for HMRC?


Well depends on what the obvious reasons are me thinks
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Posted: 8 December 2018 6:58 PM
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The obvious, Antony is, well, obvious. Doesn't require a PhD to work out why cash transactions are usually cheaper for the buyer, does it?
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Posted: 8 December 2018 7:16 PM
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Brian Kirby - 2018-12-08 6:58 PM

The obvious, Antony is, well, obvious. Doesn't require a PhD to work out why cash transactions are usually cheaper for the buyer, does it?


Well possibly it is obvious Brian but I am just a thick country boy roofer who wouldnt know why it would make it cheaper for certain transactions ... I only make it cheaper because its easier for the customer to pay cash as they obviously have it at hand at that moment and I dont want them having large sums of cash hanging about their home and absolutely no other reason ... What it has to do with HMRC I just dont know
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Posted: 8 December 2018 8:42 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 7:16
I dont want them having large sums of cash hanging about their home and absolutely no other reason ... What it has to do with HMRC I just dont know


How thoughtful.

As a consumer, of postage stamps, free range eggs, flatscreen TVs or roofing services I don’t have to account for my expenditure, or how I pay for stuff.
But as soon as it turns into income, it’s different.
That’s up to you, or any other business that submits accounts.
That’s what it’s got to do with HMRC

Snowie

Edited by snowie 2018-12-08 8:46 PM
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Posted: 8 December 2018 9:04 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 7:16
I dont want them having large sums of cash hanging about their home and absolutely no other reason ... What it has to do with HMRC I just dont know


How thoughtful.

As a consumer, of postage stamps, free range eggs, flatscreen TVs or roofing services I don’t have to account for my expenditure, or how I pay for stuff.
But as soon as it turns into income, it’s different.
That’s up to you, or any other business that submits accounts.
That’s what it’s got to do with HMRC

Snowie


I've been self employed for many years and done reasonably well out of it ... I certainly don't need schooling on what I need to submit to HMRC ... If customer pays me by cash , bank transfer or cheque that has nothing to do with HMRC as long as I declare that income and nowhere have I said I do anything other than that
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Posted: 8 December 2018 9:29 PM
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Brian Kirby - 2018-12-08 6:58 PM

The obvious, Antony is, well, obvious. Doesn't require a PhD to work out why cash transactions are usually cheaper for the buyer, does it?


Well possibly it is obvious Brian but I am just a thick country boy roofer who wouldnt know why it would make it cheaper for certain transactions ... I only make it cheaper because its easier for the customer to pay cash as they obviously have it at hand at that moment and I dont want them having large sums of cash hanging about their home and absolutely no other reason ... What it has to do with HMRC I just dont know

Depends what you call "large sum of cash"? If talking over £100 or into four figures, only a fool would keep those amounts in the house to "have at hand". Only type i can think who might would be drug dealers, criminals and folk avoiding a 'paper trail' (cheques and banking).....like those not declaring all to HMRC.
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Posted: 8 December 2018 9:30 PM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 9:04 PM

snowie - 2018-12-08 8:42 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 7:16
I dont want them having large sums of cash hanging about their home and absolutely no other reason ... What it has to do with HMRC I just dont know


How thoughtful.

As a consumer, of postage stamps, free range eggs, flatscreen TVs or roofing services I don’t have to account for my expenditure, or how I pay for stuff.
But as soon as it turns into income, it’s different.
That’s up to you, or any other business that submits accounts.
That’s what it’s got to do with HMRC

Snowie


I've been self employed for many years and done reasonably well out of it ... I certainly don't need schooling on what I need to submit to HMRC ...

Yet you "didn't know" what it had to do with HMRC.....unless you were feigning that ignorance?
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Posted: 9 December 2018 4:08 AM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 5:18 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 2:34 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 2:12 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


Thought you went off to the big smoke and made ya fortune in that London , deserting the poor and needy in your local area and spending your money in the bars and top end restaurants there and not at the desperate local businesses and folk you now care so much about ??? ... Your a bit like one a them luvvies type actors who run off to the States for fame and fortune never to return yet claim an undying love for where they dumped ... Interesting-A-Mondo


Ah I see. So in order to support the poor you have to be one. I never spent my money in the bars and top end restaurants of London, I spent someone elses Money in the bars and top end restaurants in London. In some respects thats cool as I was pishing the corporate tax avoiders stash against some wall in Soho.

Ive always paid my taxes, supported charities that help the homeless and less well off. I still occasionally pop into Darlo to throw a few out of date biscuits and stuff at the plebs. What more do you want?


Youve gone all Hollywood Bullet style ... Ive not said you have to be poor like you claim unless you can show different ... Is a "corporate tax avoider" someone who breaks the law when paying tax or pays the legal amount owed ??? ... I bet if you were truthful you've either taken a cash payment or paid cash to someone to make it cheaper , you'll prolly deny it and I wont believe you if you do and that my friend will make you worse than the legal "corporate tax avoiders" ... Ive worked for all types who've paid me cash fully in the knowledge that if they did doing so made it cheaper for obvious reasons ... Coppers , teachers , tax office worker once , a school unbelievably etc etc



Ive never paid cash for anything in business, I'm VAT registered and have to produce an invoice for everything as so are pretty much all of my clients. Most of what I do is business to business but as you know Im semi retired now so its very much small scale. Tax avoidance by small businesses is not in the same league as what the corporates or Jacob Reek Smugs sweaty little clients are hoping to get away with from swerving new EU directives on EU wide new tax laws, hence one of the reasons he and so many of the slimy little toads are so desperate to get out as quickly as possible.
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Posted: 9 December 2018 7:30 AM
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antony1969 - 2018-12-08 9:04 PM

snowie - 2018-12-08 8:42 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 7:16
I dont want them having large sums of cash hanging about their home and absolutely no other reason ... What it has to do with HMRC I just dont know


How thoughtful.

As a consumer, of postage stamps, free range eggs, flatscreen TVs or roofing services I don’t have to account for my expenditure, or how I pay for stuff.
But as soon as it turns into income, it’s different.
That’s up to you, or any other business that submits accounts.
That’s what it’s got to do with HMRC

Snowie


I've been self employed for many years and done reasonably well out of it ... I certainly don't need schooling on what I need to submit to HMRC ...

Yet you "didn't know" what it had to do with HMRC.....unless you were feigning that ignorance? [/QUOTE

How I get paid has nothing to do with HMRC how much clearer can I be ... You'd do well to concentrate on your bully boy thread
userantony1969
Posted: 9 December 2018 7:36 AM
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Barryd999 - 2018-12-09 4:08 AM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 5:18 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 2:34 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 2:12 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 1:48 PM

antony1969 - 2018-12-08 12:20 PM

Barryd999 - 2018-12-08 9:53 AM

Recent survey shows similar.

https://i.postimg.cc/6QZvNzDw/screenshot-47.png

https://www.bestforbritain.org/map

There is a huge amount of Bregret in Brexit heartlands which are generally places where people dont have a pot to pish in. A lot of protest votes, just go against Cameron on whatever he says, voting for anything other than what they currently have but the last thing these people really want is to make themselves even poorer which is exactly what any kind of Brexit will do for them. Perhaps some are waking up to the reality of their decision and the fact that once again they were lied to.


Youve been concerned about the poor becoming poorer since when Barry


Since always. Ive always supported the poor and charities that support them. I certainly dont want to see the regions I grew up in and worked in for years turn into wastelands despite the fact that many there voted Brexit.


Thought you went off to the big smoke and made ya fortune in that London , deserting the poor and needy in your local area and spending your money in the bars and top end restaurants there and not at the desperate local businesses and folk you now care so much about ??? ... Your a bit like one a them luvvies type actors who run off to the States for fame and fortune never to return yet claim an undying love for where they dumped ... Interesting-A-Mondo


Ah I see. So in order to support the poor you have to be one. I never spent my money in the bars and top end restaurants of London, I spent someone elses Money in the bars and top end restaurants in London. In some respects thats cool as I was pishing the corporate tax avoiders stash against some wall in Soho.

Ive always paid my taxes, supported charities that help the homeless and less well off. I still occasionally pop into Darlo to throw a few out of date biscuits and stuff at the plebs. What more do you want?


Youve gone all Hollywood Bullet style ... Ive not said you have to be poor like you claim unless you can show different ... Is a "corporate tax avoider" someone who breaks the law when paying tax or pays the legal amount owed ??? ... I bet if you were truthful you've either taken a cash payment or paid cash to someone to make it cheaper , you'll prolly deny it and I wont believe you if you do and that my friend will make you worse than the legal "corporate tax avoiders" ... Ive worked for all types who've paid me cash fully in the knowledge that if they did doing so made it cheaper for obvious reasons ... Coppers , teachers , tax office worker once , a school unbelievably etc etc



Ive never paid cash for anything in business, I'm VAT registered and have to produce an invoice for everything as so are pretty much all of my clients. Most of what I do is business to business but as you know Im semi retired now so its very much small scale. Tax avoidance by small businesses is not in the same league as what the corporates or Jacob Reek Smugs sweaty little clients are hoping to get away with from swerving new EU directives on EU wide new tax laws, hence one of the reasons he and so many of the slimy little toads are so desperate to get out as quickly as possible.


Rubbish , tax avoidance is tax avoidance whatever amount is involved and corporate tax avoidance which 99% of the time is legal is different to paying cash for items or receiving cash for work and not declaring it ... If you had two fuel garages in your village selling exactly the same fuel and one said if you paid cash he'd knock the VAT off which would you use and most of the members on here use ??? Exactly
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Posted: 9 December 2018 8:22 AM
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Brian Kirby - 2018-12-08 6:58 PM

The obvious, Antony is, well, obvious. Doesn't require a PhD to work out why cash transactions are usually cheaper for the buyer, does it?


It doesn't require a Phd to work out what a customer means if they say ........"Is it cheaper for cash?"......

So who's the hypocrite? .........

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pelmetman - 2018-12-09 8:22

It doesn't require a Phd to work out what a customer means if they say ........"Is it cheaper for cash



As long as the invoice says 25% cash discount everyone knows where they are. Very easy to lose track of the real cost/ value of your services , don’t want to be giving your services away too cheaply, just to avoid having to take all those cheques in to the bank,

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snowie - 2018-12-09 8:36 AM

pelmetman - 2018-12-09 8:22

It doesn't require a Phd to work out what a customer means if they say ........"Is it cheaper for cash



As long as the invoice says 25% cash discount everyone knows where they are. Very easy to lose track of the real cost/ value of your services , don’t want to be giving your services away too cheaply, just to avoid having to take all those cheques in to the bank,

Snowie


I very rarely worked directly for Joe Public ........But I soon sussed out the reason why they wanted to deal directly with me ...........

So I always quoted the full retail price as per my price list........and knocked off 25% when they asked is it cheaper for cash .........A win win for me as my retail price was double my trade price ......

Never went in the bank ............But always through the books as "Taken as drawings" .........

Although after we moved to Lincolnshire I had to go to the bank if they gave me £50 notes ...........

Have you ever tried to spend a £50 note in Lincolnshire?.........I tried it in Maplethorpe Coop once ......



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pelmetman - 2018-12-09 8:22 AM

Brian Kirby - 2018-12-08 6:58 PM

The obvious, Antony is, well, obvious. Doesn't require a PhD to work out why cash transactions are usually cheaper for the buyer, does it?


It doesn't require a Phd to work out what a customer means if they say ........"Is it cheaper for cash?"......






What you say is true - but the fact is that paying in cash is not against the law - dodging income tax is..




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malc d - 2018-12-09 8:57 AM

pelmetman - 2018-12-09 8:22 AM

Brian Kirby - 2018-12-08 6:58 PM

The obvious, Antony is, well, obvious. Doesn't require a PhD to work out why cash transactions are usually cheaper for the buyer, does it?


It doesn't require a Phd to work out what a customer means if they say ........"Is it cheaper for cash?"......






What you say is true - but the fact is that paying in cash is not a crime - dodging income tax is..




Very true.......... as is the assumption by folk like you that all tradesmen are dodgy ........

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pelmetman - 2018-12-09 8:59 AM

Very true.......... as is the assumption by folk like you that all tradesmen are dodgy ........



You toffs make just as many assumptions as the rest of us “socialists”, and tax dodging isn’t exclusive to any group.

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