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vetran
6th March 2015, 10:12
Jobless mother-of-10 vows to keep having more babies despite cuts to her £30,000-a-year benefits | Daily Mail Online (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2306741/Jobless-mother-10-vows-having-babies-despite-cuts-30-000-year-benefits.html)


A jobless mother of ten has vowed to have another baby and boost her income after some of her benefits were cut.

Iona Heaton, 44, who rakes in tens of thousands of pounds a year in state handouts, is hoping to add to her burgeoning family with a baby girl and says she will demand fertility treatment on the NHS if she has any problems conceiving.

Miss Heaton, who had her eldest child when she was aged 19 and has never worked, made the decision after the family’s benefit bill of £30,000 was reduced.

CloudWalker
6th March 2015, 10:35
Shes not a mother, shes a production line! :mad

Pogle
6th March 2015, 11:46
She'd be a hero in Russia

SimonMac
6th March 2015, 11:51
Whats the difference with her using the system legitimately then us doing the same every time we take a dividend rather than paying full PAYE and NI on our earnings.

Hate the game not the player

Uncle Albert
6th March 2015, 11:57
She'd be a hero in Russia

Good point. Let's all chip in to send her there.

PerfectStorm
6th March 2015, 12:01
Whats the difference with her using the system legitimately then us doing the same every time we take a dividend rather than paying full PAYE and NI on our earnings.

Hate the game not the player

Wait for the "what do you mean, I'm a business?" responses from the usual suspects.

vetran
6th March 2015, 12:11
Whats the difference with her using the system legitimately then us doing the same every time we take a dividend rather than paying full PAYE and NI on our earnings.

Hate the game not the player

have you heard the expression two wrongs don't make a right?

both need fixing, however a contractor avoiding £5-10k of NI but paying probably £20-30k tax against a baby farm receiving £30K which do you fix first?

the numbers are about the same.

SimonMac
8th March 2015, 07:20
have you heard the expression two wrongs don't make a right?

both need fixing, however a contractor avoiding £5-10k of NI but paying probably £20-30k tax against a baby farm receiving £30K which do you fix first?

the numbers are about the same.

What if one of her kids stops world hunger, or cures cancer, £30k would seem cheap

TykeMerc
8th March 2015, 10:54
What if one of her kids stops world hunger, or cures cancer, £30k would seem cheap

It's possible, but since her two eldest daughters are already in the baby production business it's fairly improbable.

On balance it's more likely that most if not all of her offspring will follow along a similar behaviour path.

original PM
8th March 2015, 11:09
What if one of her kids stops world hunger, or cures cancer, £30k would seem cheap

They are more likely to turn to a life of petty crime.

Also it is not the same as being a contractor at all. She is using those kids as a means of income.

ASB
8th March 2015, 12:53
have you heard the expression two wrongs don't make a right?

both need fixing, however a contractor avoiding £5-10k of NI but paying probably £20-30k tax against a baby farm receiving £30K which do you fix first?

the numbers are about the same.

No of baby farms = not very many.
No of contractors = a couple of orders of magnitude more.

If it was just a numbers game its obvious which to fix first.

vetran
9th March 2015, 10:33
No of baby farms = not very many.
No of contractors = a couple of orders of magnitude more.

If it was just a numbers game its obvious which to fix first.

Number of long-term jobless hits 20-year high (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/number-of-longterm-jobless-hits-20year-high--and-most-havent-worked-for-two-years-8713535.html)

VectraMan
9th March 2015, 10:44
Contractors inside IR35 pay 14% more tax than permanent employees

:D

If you ignore Employer's NI in your calculation as they've done.:suicide:

d000hg
9th March 2015, 10:59
I didn't see anything she said translating as "I want to have another kid to boost our income". In fact she said she wanted another kid even if the government cut her benefits further.

Still a crackers situation obviously.

vetran
9th March 2015, 11:29
:D

If you ignore Employer's NI in your calculation as they've done.:suicide:

Employees don't pay Employer's NI the clue is in the name.

d000hg
9th March 2015, 11:32
Employees don't pay Employer's NI the clue is in the name.

Be kind. Nearly all the letters are the same.