Detailed deconstruction of some of the nonsense in the book, to give you a flavour of the overall work. Here goes:
Page 20 "In the UK for example, permanent staff earning £100,000 would lose the majority of it to Value Added Tax (VAT), being approximately £17,500."
* The word "majority" means greater than 50 %. The majority of £100,000 would need to be in excess of £50,000 which £17,500 clearly isn't.
* Permanent staff in the UK pay taxes via PAYE. The taxes are income tax and National Insurance. Permanent staff in the UK do not pay VAT.
* In a single sentence, the author made two factual mistakes… Read more