Taxes – if only we all paid them.

Every year I promise myself that I won’t wait until the final deadline before posting my tax returns on-line and every year, this one included, I do the same thing: panic.

So this weekend, the deadline, instead of sunning myself on some tropical island tax haven like all those chief executives of financial fraud shops, I mean our respected captains of commerce, I shall be here in Lewes, UK,  rummaging around for documents and getting into the usual mix of frustration and bad temper.

So don’t expect to see much of me, I am sorting out my figures to help pay off Britain’s massive deficit – the one that was caused by those very same men who are sunning themselves in tax havens. Thanks guys – for nothing!

5 Comments

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