There is plenty for every man woman and child. No Mum need go to jail this Xmas because she is driven by love to steals toys for her children. Millions are squandered on pointless prosecutions of people committing minor tax evasion and frauds whilst the real criminals are provided with neat loopholes to make sure they can steal billions and get away with it.
38degrees have produced a tax dodgers guide for our Xmas shopping. These multinationals are permitted to avoid huge amounts of tax whilst British residents are asked to bit the bullet and not complain about dwindling services.
Guide for spotting tax dodgersBusinesses based in the UK aren’t playing on a level playing field. From our local bookshops, right up to big names like John Lewis they’re being undercut by tax dodgers. Something needs to change.
Our public services are being cut and we’re being asked to tighten our belts whilst others are being let off scot free.
Google even recently admitted "We could pay more tax but we would have to do so voluntarily". They're not the only ones dodging their tax though, click on the company names on the left to find out more.
It's not just corporations either, scores of high profile business people and celebrities have been in the papers for using various tricks to lower their taxes. Until we can force the government to change the laws, we can use our power as customers to put pressure on the tax dodgers. Here is a handy guide on who to avoid when out Christmas shopping this year:
Click on the images below to download and print our Christmas Shopping Guide A4 poster or Twelve Tax Dodgers Of Christmas A4 poster
- Caffe Nero
- Johnnie Walker
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