caz2 wrote:not doing anything legally wrong but morally?
This type of remark makes me laugh,why pay more tax than you have to ,its common sense really ,i know people who used to claim benefits yet work on the side ,they are the kind who are cheating the system ,not people who pay more than most but minimise what they pay through legal means
So Starbucks, Amazon and Facebook pay about 0.5% legally by exploiting loopholes. This equates to £millions, but that's ok because Jim down the road turned out to be claiming £25 a week too much in incapacity benefits, which was found out.
It takes a lot £25's to make up what corporations are allowed to not pay.
I think Radford spending some time abroad is probably about their personal wealth, not One Call Insurance's tax and won't impact Mansfield Town. Even a man as wealthy as Radford is a mere insignificant compared to the size of the companies mentioned above who repeatedly pay nearly nothing of what they owe.
You've got to go there and come back, to know where you've been.