OT: Declaring Tax?

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SeanMurry
154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
edited January 2018
So last year my wage was between 40-60k. (Not going to specifically say for obvious reasons). Thing is because where I work I have to tax it myself. Would it be safe to say I've only worked let's say 24k and then pay tax on that and then bag the rest or is that a no no and I'll get found out?

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  • Blarix
    20845 posts Club Captain
    jfc
  • SeanMurry
    154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Blarix wrote: »
    jfc

    Eh?
  • WFCBagnall
    71976 posts Moderator
    Sounds dodgy
  • coatsy
    32197 posts National Team Captain
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.
  • ALIST4R
    3874 posts National Call-Up
    Tax fraud is frowned upon in most places
  • SkyBlueSteve
    685 posts An Exciting Prospect
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    So last year my wage was between 40-60k. (Not going to specifically say for obvious reasons). Thing is because where I work I have to tax it myself. Would it be safe to say I've only worked let's say 24k and then pay tax on that and then bag the rest or is that a no no and I'll get found out?

    It’s fraud which is against the law and punishment can involve jail time

  • SeanMurry
    154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.

    It's my first year working for this company. HR seems very Dodgy. They have accounts across the globe and the owners pay themselves from 4 different accounts and then fill out forms to say they weren't in the country for X days to avoid it. I don't know the ins and outs but why should I be paying for mcsrouge who sits on his bum on welfare while I'm busting both of my nuts in to find out my wages 40% of it will be going towards this society.
  • Shaanxz
    20720 posts Club Captain
    Good thing Ive chosen to specialise in tax for my masters
  • SeanMurry
    154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Shaanxz wrote: »
    Good thing Ive chosen to specialise in tax for my masters

    Is it even worth it? You'll be taxed to work for specialising in tax :lol:.
  • coatsy
    32197 posts National Team Captain
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.

    It's my first year working for this company. HR seems very Dodgy. They have accounts across the globe and the owners pay themselves from 4 different accounts and then fill out forms to say they weren't in the country for X days to avoid it. I don't know the ins and outs but why should I be paying for mcsrouge who sits on his bum on welfare while I'm busting both of my nuts in to find out my wages 40% of it will be going towards this society.

    Be careful what you wish for. The welfare state took decades to build, it won't take that long to destroy. You pay for services that you and your family will use as part of your daily life. It is not a case of "strivers" and "skivers."
  • ALIST4R
    3874 posts National Call-Up
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.

    It's my first year working for this company. HR seems very Dodgy. They have accounts across the globe and the owners pay themselves from 4 different accounts and then fill out forms to say they weren't in the country for X days to avoid it. I don't know the ins and outs but why should I be paying for mcsrouge who sits on his bum on welfare while I'm busting both of my nuts in to find out my wages 40% of it will be going towards this society.

    If this is serious(which i doubt) you work for a company that is doing sketchy stuff which I assume you are aware of. Just pay taxes at your income bracket and get a new job.
  • Samuel Eto'o
    19344 posts World Class
    I've missed you Doc
  • iD33J91
    5584 posts Big Money Move
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.

    It's my first year working for this company. HR seems very Dodgy. They have accounts across the globe and the owners pay themselves from 4 different accounts and then fill out forms to say they weren't in the country for X days to avoid it. I don't know the ins and outs but why should I be paying for mcsrouge who sits on his bum on welfare while I'm busting both of my nuts in to find out my wages 40% of it will be going towards this society.

    Depends on residency where you pay tax. Eg if you are UK residebt for a given tax year you have to report worldwide income, if non UK resident then you only have to report UK oncome.

    Ultimately the risk is on you. Your salary / tax paid etc will be on a P60, which is widely accessible nowadays. Lot of governments share access through DTA (digital tax accounts), so I don’t think hiding half your earnings is sensible

    The penalties ramp up very very quickly too. Considering yours is deliberate and unprompted, yeah let’s just say if you get caught they’re coming down hard
  • Shaanxz
    20720 posts Club Captain
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    Shaanxz wrote: »
    Good thing Ive chosen to specialise in tax for my masters

    Is it even worth it? You'll be taxed to work for specialising in tax :lol:.

    Not if you go tax free havens
  • Blarix
    20845 posts Club Captain
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  • fluffymnuffy
    12666 posts Has That Special Something
    LOL
  • Reece Tha BEAST
    17022 posts World Class
    edited January 2018
    what country

    im assuming you would be filing as self-employed. if you are working under an employer then your wages will likely be reported to the government, (irs here in the us), so that wouldn’t be the smartest thing to do.

    again i’m not sure which country you are from.
  • SeanMurry
    154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.

    It's my first year working for this company. HR seems very Dodgy. They have accounts across the globe and the owners pay themselves from 4 different accounts and then fill out forms to say they weren't in the country for X days to avoid it. I don't know the ins and outs but why should I be paying for mcsrouge who sits on his bum on welfare while I'm busting both of my nuts in to find out my wages 40% of it will be going towards this society.

    Be careful what you wish for. The welfare state took decades to build, it won't take that long to destroy. You pay for services that you and your family will use as part of your daily life. It is not a case of "strivers" and "skivers."

    Well round my area the police and NHS has basically been stripped. The police have cut down on attending crimes. The council are slack at dealing with simple things (collecting bins, road Hoover's etc) small I know but these things I expect when I pay tax. Even the god dam road tax doesn't go towards the roads. You can tell when they shove stones to resurface instead of proper tar it.

    Slowly the fire department will nearly be gone. 2 towns have merged and the other town has shut it's fire station down.
  • DoD_Jester
    26488 posts Player of the Year
    Avoiding tax when on less than 100k

    People earning alot more than you with better connections than you have and do get caught

    Don't be stupid and pay your tax ffs
  • WFCBagnall
    71976 posts Moderator
    If you were on 40-60k a year, why would you even consider scamming the system?

    Just do what you're doing and live your life.
  • Fab
    18289 posts World Class
    ENOUGH is ENOUGH
  • coatsy
    32197 posts National Team Captain
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    SeanMurry wrote: »
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Sorry you are simply a peasant.


    If you want to evade taxes you are going to need a whole lot more and a house in panama.

    It's my first year working for this company. HR seems very Dodgy. They have accounts across the globe and the owners pay themselves from 4 different accounts and then fill out forms to say they weren't in the country for X days to avoid it. I don't know the ins and outs but why should I be paying for mcsrouge who sits on his bum on welfare while I'm busting both of my nuts in to find out my wages 40% of it will be going towards this society.

    Be careful what you wish for. The welfare state took decades to build, it won't take that long to destroy. You pay for services that you and your family will use as part of your daily life. It is not a case of "strivers" and "skivers."

    Well round my area the police and NHS has basically been stripped. The police have cut down on attending crimes. The council are slack at dealing with simple things (collecting bins, road Hoover's etc) small I know but these things I expect when I pay tax. Even the god dam road tax doesn't go towards the roads. You can tell when they shove stones to resurface instead of proper tar it.

    Slowly the fire department will nearly be gone. 2 towns have merged and the other town has shut it's fire station down.

    Yet you want to remove yourself from taxation which is these services primary source of funding? :*

    The current situation is like watching something you care about die.
  • Are you asking us if you should commit a felony?
  • SeanMurry
    154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Are you asking us if you should commit a felony?

    :lol: NO Honest :wink:.
  • coatsy
    32197 posts National Team Captain
    Guessing you want to join your dad behind bars?
  • Samuel Eto'o
    19344 posts World Class
    edited January 2018
    Next thread:

    Should I kill my neighbour?
  • IDARYL
    5706 posts Big Money Move
    if you're working for a company self employed then surly they will declare they paid you a certain amount for there tax purpose, the tax office isn't stupid and you'll just have to pay it back with fines or possible jail if found out so whats the point ?
  • coatsy
    32197 posts National Team Captain
    Next thread:

    Should I kill my neighbor?

    Absolutely.

    Suffocate, so no blood.
    Wear gloves.
    Dissolve remains.
  • SeanMurry
    154 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Guessing you want to join your dad behind bars?

    My uncle sells drugs and my aunt buys Venu tickets and sells them at inflated prices. She sold a man utd ticket to Seville for £210 :lol:. Bought it for £89. Yup were all going behind bars it seems :lol:.
  • Blarix
    20845 posts Club Captain
    coatsy2008 wrote: »
    Guessing you want to join your dad behind bars?

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