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Desperate British government launches task force against Flea Markets

News Link  •  Economy - International

Desperate British government launches task force against Flea Markets


03-01-2012  •  www.sovereignman.com 

Earlier this week, the British government announced that Barclays PLC, one of Britain’s oldest and largest banks, was facing an $800 million penalty for engaging in a tax avoidance scheme. Barclays had been exploiting loopholes in legislation in order to avoid paying a higher tax rate, and the government is now drafting legislation to close these loopholes.

Hang on a sec. Full stop.

If the government has to pass legislation in order to ‘close the loopholes’, then the loopholes right now are obviously legitimate. Hence Barclays tax avoidance practices that were perfectly legal.

After all, that’s what tax avoidance is– legally avoiding taxes by exploiting loopholes and legitimate deductions in the tax code. Tax evasion, on the other hand, is willful misdirection or underreporting of income that violates tax code. Barclays engaged in the former.

How is it that the Treasury can penalize Barclays for having done something that is perfectly legal? Technically, it can’t. That’s why the legislation being proposed to close these tax loopholes is going to be RETROACTIVE.

In other words, since the British government can’t legitimately penalize Barclays, they’re going back in time to change the law to make what Barclays did illegal… all to collect some extra dough.

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Comments in Response

Comment by: Powell Gammill (#013871)
   Entered on: 2012-03-02 08:20:34

Any gang (with a flag) aims (literally) to be paid.  Fork our property over slave!

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