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Amazon - please note (your customers can avoid those who avoid tax),
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This review is from: Pay Your Taxes (Kindle Edition)
An interesting read. Companies like Amazon, Starbucks and Boots that choose to avoid paying their fair share of UK taxes should realise that ex-customers can avoid them, too.
When Amazon avoids UK taxes, it means more taxes for the rest of us who have no choice (and higher morals). It also means a worsening of the NHS, the state of the roads getting even worse, worsening standards in education and even poorer care for our older people.
Companies want all the benefits of trading in the UK - but none of the responsibilities that go with it. Shame on you.
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Initial post: 30 Dec 2012 21:24:06 GMT
Brummy D says:
Amazon paying more tax simply means customers pay more; money does not appear by magic in Amazon's bank account, it comes from customers. Thanks, but the Government takes too much of our money as it is without Amazon turning into stealth-tax collectors.
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