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    You already have it tax_is_taxing.

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    I received a letter back fom my MP last week and also an enclosed letter from David Gauke. Very disappointing response where he just reinforced his reasons but also stressed that the legislation was not retrospective because the tax was previously due in earlier years. What 'weasel words' from a desperate politician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vern19 View Post
    I received a letter back fom my MP last week and also an enclosed letter from David Gauke. Very disappointing response where he just reinforced his reasons but also stressed that the legislation was not retrospective because the tax was previously due in earlier years. What 'weasel words' from a desperate politician.
    agreed

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    I got the same, utter fob off, especially given the "tax was previously due in earlier years" has yet to be proven in court and that HMRC have sat doing nothing for 6 years when this could've been dealt with at the time.

    The bloke is a full on mentalist living in his own little bubble.

    DMossEsq: David Gauke MP and the UK's tax revolution 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylan View Post
    The bloke is a full on mentalist living in his own little bubble.
    Help is at hand.

    The Cabinet Office want to w ww.dmossesq.com/2012/10/martha-lane-fox-httpwwwgovukmachiavelli.html - take control of all government departments, including HMRC.

    Policy will then be subject to w ww.dmossesq.com/2014/05/can-website-designers-challenge-uk.html - the Government Digital Service's veto.

    EBTs may be a bit beyond them, admittedly. But w ww.dmossesq.com/2013/11/what-our-taxes-are-paying-for.html - they're experts on VAT and have advised HMRC that the expression "submit a VAT return" should be replaced henceforth with "send a VAT return" on the gounds that the word "submit" is (a) too formal and (b) too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMossEsq View Post
    This isn't DMossEsq's website...
    Point taken

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    Default HMRC Enquiry letters on Loans from EBT and other schemes

    Quote Originally Posted by Dylan View Post
    I got the same, utter fob off, especially given the "tax was previously due in earlier years" has yet to be proven in court and that HMRC have sat doing nothing for 6 years when this could've been dealt with at the time.

    The bloke is a full on mentalist living in his own little bubble.

    DMossEsq: David Gauke MP and the UK's tax revolution 1
    I feel Mr Gauke is very sharp and in no bubble! He has thought it through with his team and is only chasing one goal - win next election. If it means behead 65000 families then so be it. If from the money collected they are able to give allowances which will get them more votes then it is worth it. He is well aware that many scheme were perfectly legal and has thus found a way around.

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    Default It 'aint over 'till the fat lady sings.

    Quote Originally Posted by varunksingh View Post
    I feel Mr Gauke is very sharp and in no bubble! He has thought it through with his team and is only chasing one goal - win next election. If it means behead 65000 families then so be it. If from the money collected they are able to give allowances which will get them more votes then it is worth it. He is well aware that many scheme were perfectly legal and has thus found a way around.
    ...maybe. Although many of the responses (COIT, Law Society etc.) do point out the possibility of legal challenges to the proposed legislation. In many cases the money will not be collected quickly and, as you say, many of the schemes were maybe legal and effective. Lord only knows how the bankruptcy courts will deal with this.

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    New template letter to send to your MP

    http://notoretrotax.org.uk/public-do...May%202014.doc

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