moggylover wrote: »
Whilst I can understand the temptation to grab a bigger discount by helping someone to "fiddle" their tax, and yep, I can even see the argument that it "up to the tradesman" to be honest or otherwise with his tax situation I personally find the lack of personal integrity to be very much a variance with the harsh judgements made by the mass of benefits bashers that these boards seem to attract.
Dishonesty is dishonesty: it just seems that many feel their own dishonesty is acceptable/excusable, but that of others is a hanging crime.
Double standards all the way:(
RayWolfe wrote: »
No one. NO ONE in this country would go hungry if they are earning enough to pay tax. It may be tough out there but exaggeration does not help.
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