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    Default WARNING: Monthly Advance Loans Limited = Knox House Trust

    A new company was set up a couple of weeks ago - MAL Limited. It's not an anagram of AML, honest.

    MONTHLY ADVANCE LOANS LIMITED - Overview (free company information from Companies House)

    4 officers:
    Andrew Douglas John Barrowman (Correspondence address: 3rd Floor, Foxglove House, 166 Picadilly, London, England, W1J 9EF)
    Timothy Clive Eve (Correspondence address: Knox House, 16-18 Finch Road, Douglas, Isle Of Man, IM1 2PT)
    Arthur John Lancaster (Correspondence address: 3rd Floor, Foxglove House, 166 Picadilly, London, England, W1J 9EF)
    Edward James Ogden (Correspondence address: Knox House, 16-18 Finch Road, Douglas, Isle Of Man, IM1 2PT)

    Mr Ogden is a new name to me, but the others have been linked to multiple organisations that appear in the paradise papers and are associated with tax avoidance schemes, loan schemes, etc.
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    Oh look, another one. Set up 2 days ago:

    MALLARD Loans:

    MALLARD LOANS LIMITED - Overview (free company information from Companies House)

    Oh, and:
    MAL Loans (Can we think of a 3 letter business that's an anagram of MAL?)
    MAL LOANS LIMITED - Overview (free company information from Companies House)

    And in December:
    Contracting Options
    CONTRACTING OPTIONS LTD - Overview (free company information from Companies House)

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    Oh and look: Suzanna Debra Mazal OGDEN original address before she hid was 16-18 Finch Road, Douglas. You'll find other records for her on CoHo with different addresses.
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    Hi, what do you think this all means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by V202 View Post
    Hi, what do you think this all means?
    WTFH is simply putting public information out there for anyone who maybe interested.

    Very public spirited of him I reckon.
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    MAL Loans

    How very appropriate.

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    It may mean that AML and its various spin offs are preparing to launch a new "solution" to the issue of tax liability and/or loan liability.

    Whilst the tax environment may be more stable than it was when the first effort was current (see threads various) chances are that any such arrangement will be viewed with some scepticism by HMRC who would feel honour bound to ask some questions.

    In the event that this is the case, then please- seriously PLEASE - go and get some proper advice from somebody who has NO CONNECTION with AML and its history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    It may mean that AML and its various spin offs are preparing to launch a new "solution" to the issue of tax liability and/or loan liability.

    Whilst the tax environment may be more stable than it was when the first effort was current (see threads various) chances are that any such arrangement will be viewed with some scepticism by HMRC who would feel honour bound to ask some questions.

    In the event that this is the case, then please- seriously PLEASE - go and get some proper advice from somebody who has NO CONNECTION with AML and its history.
    The above means run away............

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    Quote Originally Posted by V202 View Post
    Hi, what do you think this all means?
    The original schemes that resulted in the creation of this forum, untold misery for thousands, multiple divorces and at least 5 suicides was the advertising of tax avoidance schemes as a means of retaining the income you used to have as IR35 was first introduced.

    April 5th is going to see the introduction of the new IR35 schemes that will result in a lot of contractors seeking ways of retaining the income they used to receive.

    These companies and probably many others are being created to prey and profit from contractors desperately trying to retain their old lifestyles.

    To be blunt
    If the deal looks too good to be true, run away. Whatever pain you suffer now will be far less than what you will suffer if you join any tax avoidance scheme.

    and the point of these companies is to hide the fact it's a tax avoidance scheme and if like other things I've seen make it look respectable.

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    Its interesting given the latest news on AML.
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    As part of my public spirited nature, I stumbled on something today...
    Conister Trust ▷ Douglas, 16-18 FINCH ROAD

    Conister Trust.
    Formerly of: 16-18 FINCH ROAD

    Now known as Conister Bank
    Clarendon House
    Victoria Street, Douglas
    Isle of Man, IM1 2LN

    Part of Manx Financial Limited.

    Heard of them before?
    Arron Banks prepares to pump cash into Isle of Man bank | This is Money
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