Member Since: 20th Nov 2009
5th Apr 2017
Hey, six times the work = six times the fee!
I'm sure my clients won't complain.....
6th Apr 2016
why always me wrote:If I earned £100million, is it really fair that a government would want £40 - £50 million of this?
So you're advocating a lower rate of tax for multi-millionaires?
I think what the average Joe finds galling, and what this all demonstrates, is that the more millions you have the more paying tax becomes something that is voluntary (depending on the quality of your lawyers/accountants) rather than compulsory.
12th Jun 2015
I'm so glad.....
.....I'm not in the middle of this rat race anymore. Trying to explain this sort of thing to clients who will view it with suspicion; as some ill-judged attempt at bumping up fees.
After all, who else will pay for all that corporate re-branding?
18th May 2015
But don't forget those "rather expensive lawyers" will be paying a commensurate amount of tax on those fees so HMRC wins all round. Unless, of course, the lawyers have tax planning schemes of their own.....