$Millions parked in Isle of Man in tax dodge!


JLM
#1
KPMG offshore 'sham' deceived tax authorities, CRA alleges - Business - CBC News

If Jr. is as capable of being Prime Minister as he thinks he is, he should delay his tactics of going in debt until after he's recovered the $millions owed to Rev. Canada and the perpetrators are in jail. That would be a good Prime Minister- until then he's just a f**king puppet. Harper and Mulehair should entertain the same step.
 
petros
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#2
Start with mentaldouche.
 
B00Mer
#3
Tax dodges, are great. The Irvinging family has its holdings in the Bahamas, Belize is another great place to hide you assets from being taxed.

Most of the Caribbean Islands are low tax shelters and offer 2nd Citizenship programs which are available for about $50,000 to $250,000 investment.
 
JLM
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

Tax dodges, are great.

Yep..........................................for the A$$hole who doesn't want to contribute his share to help his country to run properly!
 
petros
+1
#5
CRA will break their thumbs.
 
darkbeaver
#6
Not a chance.

Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

KPMG offshore 'sham' deceived tax authorities, CRA alleges - Business - CBC News

If Jr. is as capable of being Prime Minister as he thinks he is, he should delay his tactics of going in debt until after he's recovered the $millions owed to Rev. Canada and the perpetrators are in jail. That would be a good Prime Minister- until then he's just a f**king puppet. Harper and Mulehair should entertain the same step.

Try to guess who might have employed these specimins and sponsered them and endorsed them to become this elections selection pool and what the chances are of recovering monies. The first thing they learn in the good schools is how to hide the loot and cover up the tracks.Promising to eat more debt now may have just got him elected if the citizens don't object and they well mightn"t cuz debt grows employment, food and stuff, womins and parties.
 
petros
+1
#7
They didn't do a very good job of hiding.

They should have sent CRA after bin Laden. It would have been a decade quicker.
 
captain morgan
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Yep..........................................for the A$$hole who doesn't want to contribute his share to help his country to run properly!

That's a pretty aggressive comment considering that many high net worth individuals will pay more in individual income taxes each year than most people pay in a 20 year span.

If you really want to use the expression 'fair share', ya might want to look at the actual dollars paid by all people, not just the high income earners
 
darkbeaver
#9
Quote:

captain morgan;2162662]That's a pretty aggressive comment considering that many high net worth individuals will pay more in individual income taxes each year than most people pay in a 20 year span.

Yeah so, they're supposed to pretend to that common sence approach, don't worry most of you escape on a perenial basis.


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If you really want to use the expression 'fair share', ya might want to look at the actual dollars paid by all people, not just the high income earners.

Fair would be 35% maybe 40% like everyone else but the marginal who are not as cost effecting when dinged. Ah! I see! you want our government to hire thousands of tax revenue hunters chasing the peasants arround in the bush for change. The next government has promised to be efficient.

The land is fruitfull we can grow more wealthy people easily and tax them forever. The trick is to just take enough to start them whineing and not enough to make them move.
 
captain morgan
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

Yeah so, they're supposed to pretend to that common sence approach, don't worry most of you escape on a perenial basis.

Fair would be 35% maybe 40% like everyone else but the marginal who are not as cost effecting when dinged. Ah! I see! you want our government to hire thousands of tax revenue hunters chasing the peasants arround in the bush for change. The next government has promised to be efficient.

The land is fruitfull we can grow more wealthy people easily and tax them forever. The trick is to just take enough to start them whineing and not enough to make them move.

Tell ya what.. Seeing how you're all about fairness and equality; how's abouts we simplify the process and do this:

Divide the total cost of running the country (and provinces, cities, etc) by the total number of people living here.

A simple invoice sent once a year.

You interested?
 
petros
#11
I am.
 
darkbeaver
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Tell ya what.. Seeing how you're all about fairness and equality; how's abouts we simplify the process and do this:

Divide the total cost of running the country (and provinces, cities, etc) by the total number of people living here.

A simple invoice sent once a year.

You interested?

I'm not about being fair or equal and it's called income tax not people tax. You forget that the rich are tasked by Jesus hissef to use thier great intelligence and abilitys including loot charitably as you would have your neighbour do should he be in the same advatageous position due to the grace of God. No it is a bad idea. And entirely without the Christian tradition. merry christmas

Do you spend time in the basement fondling your first nickle?
 
JLM
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#13
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

That's a pretty aggressive comment considering that many high net worth individuals will pay more in individual income taxes each year than most people pay in a 20 year span.

If you really want to use the expression 'fair share', ya might want to look at the actual dollars paid by all people, not just the high income earners

I was referring to people like those shown in the report Peter Mansbridge was doing investigating - on a income of $26 million paid nothing. Regardless, if though I don't totally agree with the law, people should try to get it changed if they don't like it. If you've been reading my posts I've said numerous times people shouldn't be paying extra onerous tax just because they are rich. Perhaps a ceiling something like $100,000 would be a good compromise.

Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Tell ya what.. Seeing how you're all about fairness and equality; how's abouts we simplify the process and do this:

Divide the total cost of running the country (and provinces, cities, etc) by the total number of people living here.

A simple invoice sent once a year.

You interested?

It might work for me but I also think it might result in a bunch of bad debt!
 
petros
+1
#14
It was an investment of $26M not income.
 
taxslave
+2
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Yep..........................................for the A$$hole who doesn't want to contribute his share to help his country to run properly!

Like the Paul Martin family enterprise?

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

Yeah so, they're supposed to pretend to that common sence approach, don't worry most of you escape on a perenial basis.




Fair would be 35% maybe 40% like everyone else but the marginal who are not as cost effecting when dinged. Ah! I see! you want our government to hire thousands of tax revenue hunters chasing the peasants arround in the bush for change. The next government has promised to be efficient.

The land is fruitfull we can grow more wealthy people easily and tax them forever. The trick is to just take enough to start them whineing and not enough to make them move.

What would be fair is everyone paying the same amount of money.What you make is irrelevant.

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

I'm not about being fair or equal and it's called income tax not people tax. You forget that the rich are tasked by Jesus hissef to use thier great intelligence and abilitys including loot charitably as you would have your neighbour do should he be in the same advatageous position due to the grace of God. No it is a bad idea. And entirely without the Christian tradition. merry christmas

Do you spend time in the basement fondling your first nickle?

The freeloaders rarely are about being fair. Just about having someone else pay.
 
JLM
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Like the Paul Martin family enterprise?


What would be fair is everyone paying the same amount of money.What you make is irrelevant.

I would say it's only fair if it would work.

Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

The freeloaders rarely are about being fair. Just about having someone else pay.

Eggs Zachary!
 
captain morgan
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

I would say it's only fair if it would work.

It will work just the same as today's system works
 
JLM
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

It will work just the same as today's system works

Not if the amount of tax is greater than the income!

I think before any tax formula is established a base rate for the necessities of life in different areas has to be figured out. It might go something like one person = x, 2 people = 1.6x, 3 people 1.9x and so on. That might work for a family in Spuzzum, so there would have to be a multiplier for people living in Vernon and another for people living in Vancouver or Toronto, etc. etc.
 
captain morgan
+1
#19
Then scale back the services.

You gotta pay if ya wanna play
 
JLM
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Then scale back the services.

You gotta pay if ya wanna play

I agree to a certain extent. The exceptions would be necessary health care and anything to do with the development of children. (Every child has to have the opportunity to reach his/her full potential)
 
captain morgan
#21
Take a look at France... They installed a marginal tax of 75% on all income over 1 million Euros... The money has fled leaving only middle and low incomes to cover off all the costs of society.

This is the kind of reaction one might expect to counter-act the 'fair share' crowd that perpetually gouges in order to buy more and more votes
 
JLM
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Take a look at France... They installed a marginal tax of 75% on all income over 1 million Euros... The money has fled leaving only middle and low incomes to cover off all the costs of society.

This is the kind of reaction one might expect to counter-act the 'fair share' crowd that perpetually gouges in order to buy more and more votes

If a maximum of $100,000 income tax was established that would preclude having to do what France did.
 
darkbeaver
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Quote:

taxslave;2162723]Like the Paul Martin family enterprise?

Quote:

What would be fair is everyone paying the same amount of money.What you make is irrelevant.

Look this is an old argument that resulted in the present legislation. It was because they knew at the time that the citizens would lynch the lot of them if such an idea was legislated into law. And they were right. Yall want a fair tax to replace an income tax and five ten percent of the voters might support your new tax. Why don't we just leave the tax havens alone for now eh. You can revisit your idea when Harpler becomes PM for life or until the emergency measures act thingy he proclaims expires. I don't think we are approaching the age of fair.


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The freeloaders rarely are about being fair. Just about having someone else pay.

Yes well an empty stomach and wet frum slush sallyann sneakers will make you do things.

Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

If a maximum of $100,000 income tax was established that would preclude having to do what France did.

That's not fair.

There's a hierarchy of freeloaders and the unemployed nor the poor are anywhere near the upper earners of that club. Take fer instance a business venture like the F-35. Corporate welfare bums rule the field.
 

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