HOW TO AVOID PAYING TAX
The average UK citizen works from New Year's Day to May 24th solely to pay their taxes. Effectively, for a third of a year everyone in this country is a civil servant. Income tax, national insurance, VAT, corporation tax, capital gains tax ... tax, tax, tax, the list is endless.
And that's not just in one year, that's every year. This happens all the way through your life. And after tax has been deducted, the little that remains is taxed again! If you spend it you're taxed. If you save it you're taxed.
How Little Of £100 You Get To Keep ...
Of £100 earned, 10% is paid in National Insurance contributions (nothing but a euphemism for an additional tax on income) and 22% is paid in Income Tax (40% for higher rate taxpayers). Of the remaining £68 of take-home pay let's say that over a week you spend it thus:
- £15 for a meal out
- £8 on cinema tickets
- £16 in petrol
- £3 put by for electricity
- £7 on some cigarettes
- £9 on a few drinks down the pub
- £4 paid out in insurance premiums
- £3 put aside for Council Tax
- £2 put by for Road Tax
Sound reasonable? Obviously 100% of the last two items are wholly tax. Five per cent of your electric bill goes to the taxman and 4% of any money you pay to protect yourself with insurance. Of the £23 you spend at the flicks and eating out, 17.5% goes to the government in VAT. While you're enjoying yourself, so is the Treasury; they take £4.03 from you for the evening.
35% of a well-deserved drink goes direct to our masters, and a recent AA campaign followed by the picketing of oil refineries serves to remind us that a staggering 85% of the money spent on petrol is snatched by the taxman. Eighty five per cent! But even that is not the worst. The state loves a smoker, of course, and from the money spent on cigarettes an astonishing 88.9% enters its coffers.
It brings tears to the eyes. Altogether, a full £32.31 of that week's expenses goes straight to the taxman.
Of the £100 earned, £64.31 will have been paid to the government in tax. At the end of the day, all you will have to show for it is £35.69 in goods and services. A higher-rate taxpayer will retain a miserly £21.69.
Oh, and we haven't even taken into consideration the host of taxes on business, employers national insurance contributions, airport taxes, capital gains tax ... and then there's stamp duty, where you hand over thousands just because you decide to move house! Somebody is taking us for a ride.
Well, That's Interesting, But ... Who Are You?
Let me introduce myself. My name is Ronan Voight and I'm a specialist tax advisor. I've been in this game for over twenty years and have a client list as long as your arm. I have worked closely with ex-Inland Revenue and HM Customs and Excise Inspectors for most of my working life, so I do know what I'm talking about. My clients are mostly wealthy people who I assist to avoid paying tax. One client of mine just sold his business for over £1.2 million. I arranged for him to pay just £8,000 in tax.
My client list is full and I can take on no more people. And yet I have a yearning to distribute my specialist knowledge to as wide an audience as possible. I'm sick to death with government waste, the burdensome tiers of bureaucracy, the squandering of public finances, the milking of the UK citizen... and I am determined to make a difference.
How To Avoid Paying Taxes: A Special Report
And so I have written “How To Avoid Paying Taxes: A Special Report”, for the bi-centenary of income tax. We used to think of Labour as the party of high taxation, but it was the Tory Prime Minister Pitt The Younger who invented the damn thing to pay for the Napoleonic Wars, assuming "a right to levy an imposition on a man's livelihood". Abolished when peace broke out, it was re-introduced by yet another Tory, Robert Peel, in 1842 and has been a debilitating burden on every individual in this country ever since.
Okay, But Why Should I Consider Tax Avoidance?
Because time is of the essence. You think that taxation is already a serious bane? Well, I have news for you... it's going to get a lot worse.
Don't think for a moment that European federalisation will stop with the Euro. The Germans are already making ugly noises about harmonising taxes throughout the community. In addition to the £11 a week every man, woman and child in this country contributes to the scandalously-corrupt EU, there'll be no escaping having to cough-up even more in tax – higher income taxes and higher purchase tax. When VAT rates are inevitably 'harmonised', books, newspapers, children's clothes and even our already over-priced food, presently with no VAT added, will increase by 20%... overnight! Does that thought sit comfortably with you?
No wonder the ex-Paymaster General, Geoffrey Robinson, secretes his considerable fortune offshore, tied up in unravelable trusts. A politician who knows how to make money knows how to keep it! Especially when he's privy to what's over the horizon. If tax avoidance is good enough for a Paymaster General, then I'm pretty sure it's good enough for the rest of us.
And look even further into the future. Whatever may be left at the end of your life doesn't escape the taxman either; a significant proportion of your estate... what you've managed to build up over the years will be taken in inheritance tax.
Marvellous, isn't it? You spend all your life trying to protect your family and build something for their future, and the government steps in and grabs a large chunk of it when you're dead and buried and hardly in a position to complain – just when the family you've left behind is at its most vulnerable. Civilised, aren't we?
But There Is An Alternative?
You can avoid paying taxes. Now! It's as simple as that... but you have to know exactly how to go about it in the correct way. Don't you have a duty to yourself, your business, your family and your children to protect your resources?
But What About My Conscience?
Please don't misunderstand me. I'm not suggesting anyone breaks the law. To evade tax is illegal. But to avoid tax is perfectly legal. Why risk breaking the law when there are so many loopholes to be exploited? Indeed, I help people to do so every day of my life.
Perhaps you're worried about the moral implications of avoiding tax? After all, every citizen needs to contribute to defence, the National Health Service, road-building programmes, the emergency services, the maintenance of embassies and consulates in every country of the world, street lighting, foreign aid, our subsidy to the common agricultural policy. I shall let the lawmakers themselves put your mind at rest. Firstly, Law Lord, Lord Clyde:
"No man in the country is under the smallest obligation, moral or other, so to arrange his legal relations to his business or property as to enable the Inland Revenue to put the largest possible shovel in his stores. The Inland Revenue is not slow – and quite rightly – to take every advantage which is open to it under the Taxing Statutes for the purpose of depleting the taxpayer's pocket. And the taxpayer is in like manner entitled to be astute to prevent, so far as he honestly can, the depletion of his means by the Inland Revenue.”
And, secondly, wise counsel from US Judge Learned Hand:
"There is nothing sinister in so arranging one's affairs as to keep taxes as low as possible. Everybody does so, rich or poor; all do right. Nobody owes any public duty to pay more than the law demands; taxes are enforced extractions, not voluntary contributions!”
Again, to re-state: there is a big difference between avoidance and evasion – the former is perfectly legal, the latter is against the law. Everything within my report is thoroughly above board. However, I also detail the actions of those who have broken the law in order that you may avoid pitfalls others before you have made. There is also a section dedicated to that fascinating middle ground: the grey area of actions that are not quite outside the law and yet push the law to its very boundaries, flirt with its edges.
In Many Cases Paying Tax Is Entirely A Question Of Personal Choice
If you enjoy paying tax then fine. Keep doing it. I have no problem with that. If you don't think you pay enough then just write out a cheque to The Government. They won't send a thankyou note, but they'll cash it and spend it anyway.
Alternatively, you can wait until election day and put your cross in the box and hope that things will get better, and in the meantime continue to do exactly what you're told.
But if, like me, you happen to think that this whole taxation business has just got too damn silly, is overly complicated, oppressively burden-some, unjust and far too aggressively demanded ... and altogether way out of control, then maybe it's time to take a little action, time to start fighting back.
I tell my clients not to grumble about paying too much tax ... they have only themselves to blame! The Revenue relies on people blithely accepting the inevitable, when there's nothing inevitable about it. But most people will continue to put up with it. I suppose we're something of a putting-up-with-it kind of nation. And because of this we are taken advantage of. The question is: Do you want to continue to grumble and obey ... or do you actually want to take action now?
How To Avoid Paying Tax: A Special Report contains:
- All you need to know about the world's top tax havens. Which are the most secret and those you should avoid.
- How to utilise offshore companies and trusts, for business purposes and as a private individual.
- How to set-up secret offshore bank accounts. Cash and carry away from prying eyes.
- Ten little-known legal tax loopholes that you can exploit immediately.
- Three simple steps to cut your tax bill today!
- Where and how you should move your nest eggs abroad – timing can be all-important.
- How the self employed can cut their income tax bill in half, literally.
- How easy it is to become anonymous. How and where to set up an anonymous accommodation address and an anonymous savings account. How to obtain anonymous credit cards. How to send and receive anonymous e-mails and how to surf the Internet anonymously. All explained!
- How to avoid NI contributions (strange how 40% PAYE plus 11% national insurance sounds better than 51% income tax).
- Learn all about tax reduction for companies and the self-employed. How any self-employed person can defer paying capital gains tax indefinitely.
- Cars, boats, property, holiday homes, antiques and tax avoidance.
- VAT avoidance, a focus on alcohol and tobacco.
- How to protect your assets from the taxman. Don't let them tax you on what you've already been taxed on!
- Tax planning for the future of your children – protect their legacy and secure their future. Keep it in the family.
- Why a single day spent organising tax matters to your advantage will be the most profitable day’s work of your life.
- Total avoidance of capital gains tax. No-one should ever pay this (nothing but a discretionary tax).
- How to take full advantage of tax-free savings plans. Shield your taxed income for good!
- Tax efficient investment explained. The five greatest tax-free investment vehicles – as used by, but not just for the rich.
- Planning for a tax-free early retirement. Don't you deserve one?
- Shielding your family from the taxman's stealth.
- Liquidating assets in the most tax-efficient manner.
- Tax breaks for house building and improvements. Have the taxman subsidise your home!
And much, much more I would never dare print in an advertisement! Together with a comprehensive Directory of invaluable contacts – effectively, my confidential address book! – listing offshore banks and finance houses, security services, secret overseas accommodation and mail forwarding addresses, ex-Inland Revenue tax consultants and company formation agents prepared to act on your behalf – everyone who is anyone in the tax avoidance market.
So, How Much Is This Going To Cost Me?
More important than that, how much is this information going to save you? Well, it's going to save you a fortune! I estimate that over a working lifetime on an average salary, we’re probably talking ... I suppose about £200,000. That good enough for you?
I asked colleagues how much I should charge for my report? I had no idea. Unlike mass-produced titles in bookshops, they reminded me that specialist reports of this nature usually run to hundreds of pounds. Particularly when the recipient of the information could save many thousands. An hour's consultancy charge was suggested. But I bill £200 an hour! No. I want to make this accessible to everyone, not just for the rich. And so, although there's less than a drink in it for me with each copy sold, “How To Avoid Paying Tax: A Special Report” is available for you today at only £29.99. Yes, equivalent to ... 10 minutes of my time! Ludicrous!
I have deliberately kept the price of my report low so as to reach as many people as possible. But its value to you, however, will run to many thousands of pounds.
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