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Is Tax Evasion Really A Problem In Today’s Society?

John Jennings discusses taxes, freedom and the common issues connected with feelings of over-taxation in the United Kingdom, particularly referencing independent contractors and umbrella organisations.


(Wednesday, August 7th, 2013) United Kingdom -  John Jennings tells of how: “In a democratic country we have to always champion our legal processes. We may not like the way that politicians act on many occasions and wonder just how any business gets done within the halls of Parliament at any time. Yet we have to believe in the long run that our systems and practices are a far better alternative to those of other nations. After all, we have seen how unrest in the Middle East continues to cause significant disruption and it is fair to say that there are far fewer opportunities in many of these countries to exercise one’s freedom of choice.”

Host John Jennings says: “It’s true to say that while we often feel that we are ”overtaxed“ in the United Kingdom, we do have the ability to dictate our own futures to a large extent and to work independently should we wish to. There is nothing like having the freedom to be able to set up your own operation as an independent contractor, answering at least in principle, only to yourself as you seek to make a living and safeguard the future.”

At this point John Jennings goes on to say: “Living in the United Kingdom as an independent contractor however it’s amazing how often you hear stories that ”the sky is falling“ from those who seek to restrict rather than extend freedom of choice. Far too often we see evidence to try and clamp down on the growing surge in the ranks of the independent contractor across the country.”

“One of the ”tools“ used by these people is often a charge of tax evasion. One way or the other, they would lead us to believe, independent contractors are not paying as much taxes as they should. Yet this is not substantiated by any figures. Quite apart from what might be described as a growth in the number of suspected tax evasion cases in the country, we’re actually seeing a decrease.”

John then conveys the idea behind how: “the best umbrella companies operate far above any suspicion of tax evasion and will not engage with clients who trade or operate marginally in this respect. This is why the best umbrella companies have no qualms about standing up to any opposition, decisively defending the industry whilst making it clear that those discussions about tax evasion in this industry are simply overkill.”

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