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    "Tom Wallace, head of tax at WTT Consulting, which represents 2,000 of those affected by the crackdown..."

    2,000 * £15/month = £30k/month = £360k/year

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    Quote Originally Posted by DealorNoDeal View Post
    "Tom Wallace, head of tax at WTT Consulting, which represents 2,000 of those affected by the crackdown..."

    2,000 * £15/month = £30k/month = £360k/year

    On one level that's a lot of money, in the world of tax avoidance schemes it's an absolute pittance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    On one level that's a lot of money, in the world of tax avoidance schemes it's an absolute pittance.
    Maybe but I bet WTT couldn't continue as a going concern without it.

    Which does create a bit of a conflict of interest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DealorNoDeal View Post
    Maybe but I bet WTT couldn't continue as a going concern without it.

    Which does create a bit of a conflict of interest.
    And presumably you consider the world would be a better place if we folded?

    Be interesting to know what you would propose instead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    And presumably you consider the world would be a better place if we folded?

    Be interesting to know what you would propose instead?
    Absolutely not. For most of your clients, there's probably no alternative.

    It's just unfortunate that the company's interests aren't totally aligned with those of the clients. (I imagine most clients would prefer as quick a result as possible.)
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