Tuesday, 27 October 2015

WORKING FAMILY COMPANY TAX CREDITS

Happy Families (ex Private Eye)
As promised for Jim
(for winning Soppy Sunday's Competition)
Munguin at a political rally.

35 comments:

  1. That's how the rich stay, rich. By bending the rules, all within the law, don'tcha know.

    Thanks for the pic, he's a cute little fella.

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    1. Pretty neat though when your son is happy to take away £1,300 from striving families.

      Yes, Munguin was looking particularly appealing that night. He was off to see Nicola!

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  2. There is also a run down warehoes site owned by the family which managed to get permission to be converted to be converted into a gated mews. Ownership allegedly disappeared offshore, where presumably the main profit was made..

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    1. These people seem to put everything in trusts in offshore locations, conveniently once part of the Empire and now presumably the recipients of UK government aid...

      How much did Thatcher save by having her house owned by a trust in the BVI?

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    2. The house was also a gift from Barrett.

      Her last four months were spent in a suite in the Ritz, reputedly FOC.

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    3. Unto those which have, shall more be given. Unto those which have not, even that which they have shall be taken away.

      Guests of the Wierdo Twins?

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  3. to Conan

    I have left an e-mail for you on your private hotmail account.

    Apologies Tris for a wee hijack.

    Carry on,

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    1. NO problem BlP,

      But I don't know how often Conan pops in here...

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    2. Always check in at least once a week, though I tend just to lurk.

      Unless I can crowbar in a Latin quotation of course...

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    3. Quaesītiōnem nullam

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    4. Nihil enim Latine dies dicitur malum.

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    5. Nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiae fuit.

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    6. to all the nats

      tuum in ano

      that a real Roman saying......heard it in Gladiator

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    7. Nunc est bibendum

      got that off a fridge magnet

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    8. Mea navis aericumbens anguillis abundat.

      Conan Bibliothecarius

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    9. You guys should all go live in Latin America (as Dan Quayle would have had it).

      Brilliant! (Eels???)

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  4. Yes a nice wee prosperous island in the BVI's doing very nicely out of the rich and keeping their population in work, why are we in this state, because there are people in this BT country who are well brainwashed.

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    1. There are still people who thing it's a grand place.

      Most of them millionaires.

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    2. Yes but it is the non millionaires/billionaires that keep them in business. My Husband says that so many in England want to be the long lost who gets to be lord of the Manor but truth be told I have met people who haven't got a penny to play with who have voted Tory.
      They would be looked down on by Cameron and Osborne, whilst I look down on both Cameron and Osborne and those who support them.

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    3. Yes, there's the snob thing.

      I know a couple who have very little but they are staunch royalists and Tories because they think it's the posh thing to do.

      Thickos.

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  5. Nice work, if yie can get it!...........Regrads, Ronnie.

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    1. And you can get it if you're rich and a Baronet....

      :)

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  6. Oh to have a close family member who can *cough* fiddle the business accounts so that NO tax is paid for year after year after .....

    Meanwhile down at the food banks.

    We DO still remember the food banks folks don't we?

    I know it has been a while we may have all thought they were a thing of the past, an object of the Victorian era even. Well sadly not. The food banks are still very much here and very much in the busy mode unfortunately.

    If Iain Drunken Spliff gets his way they may become even busier.

    https://archive.is/aktqa

    There is one wee niggly question I have for the Drunken Spliff though.

    Just how does he expect to get these *ahem* job advisers into the food banks?

    I do not think the vast majority of food banks will be too happy having a non entity such as a Drunken Spliff sponsored *ahem* advisor in their midst.

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    1. That Job adviser plan is total bollocks. But IDS lives on a different plane of existence to us mere mortals.

      Anyway, I thought food banks were privately run, and I certainly wouldn't want one of these advisers in there.

      zog

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    2. If they are there to answer questions about where someone's benefit has disappeared to then to be fair, I don't have too much of a problem with it. if they are going to be demanding what someone is doing trying to feed their kids instead of out looking for a zero hours contract, then I'd take a very different point of view.

      I'd not trust Smith though, and I can only imagine the very worst possible motivation.

      It certainly won't be because he wants to help anyone except his miserable wretched lying self.

      I've stopped giving to Trussell Trust after the disastrous visit of Fluffy Muddle to Dumfries adn his "Aye well.... DASH". Every Town Should Have One sickened me beyond measure. The of course you (Arbroath) sent me details of what these people pay themselves, and there was the business of 'while anyone can volunteer we will only pay Christians'.

      Enuff already.

      my mum found a local church that hands out food on Sundays, with no commitment for anyone to attend a service, or indeed do anything. They are decent people and no one gets paid a bean for what they do.

      TT will never get another halfpenny from me, lovely though their volunteers are.

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  7. Having difficulty signing in - the wrath of Munguin for going off-topic on soporific sunday?

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    1. Soporific Sunday? Isn't that what you Wee Frees demand?

      And Munguin isn't a revengeful animal. He's hurt at the suggestion that he would be so petty.

      He suggests that you try signing in sober!

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  8. Number one son caused my PC to crash so he is now on the rack in the dungeon whilst I'm busy inventing the thumb screw and assorted other instruments!

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    1. Yes, you know me so well. I am indeed the product of a moment of weakness between Norman Tebbit and Mummy Thatcher.......

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    2. I've just asked Munguin for a week off so I can get over that thought.

      Needless to say he said "no".

      I may have to jump off the Tay Bridge.

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