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Britain is the top business spot for all the WG specially who are from the eastern Europe. Doing the cash in hand job they are earning a huge and of course more than 90% of them are tax fraud. Most recent article

£1000 a night 'high-class' escort jailed over £120,000 tax fraud http://www.telegraph...-tax-fraud.html

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I don't have much sympathy, frankly. Anyone intelligent enough to enter a masters degree course should have known the risks and decided not to take them by getting on the Revenue's books day one.

Uncle Pokey

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I think this was discussed in an earlier thread?

But yes if you evade tax then don't cry when you get caught.

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This is also proof to those who say it's not possible, that you can and indeed are obliged to pay tax on income from prostitution.

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Yes this is an old story. Another example of newcomers failing to read their way in to this forum.

There should be a probationary period of say, 4 weeks, for new people to read the forum before they are allowed to start a thread.

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Yes this is an old story. Another example of newcomers failing to read their way in to this forum.

There should be a probationary period of say, 4 weeks, for new people to read the forum before they are allowed to start a thread.

If we weren't allowed to start new threads on old subjects then this board (and most message boards on the web) would dry up in 24 hours!

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Yes this is an old story. Another example of newcomers failing to read their way in to this forum.

There should be a probationary period of say, 4 weeks, for new people to read the forum before they are allowed to start a thread.

Bollocks!

All forums end up repeating themselves (I am a member of at least 6 on other subjects) and new and current members should be free to ask about stuff that has been asked before, otherwise, as is said below, it will be end of forum.

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This is also proof to those who say it's not possible, that you can and indeed are obliged to pay tax on income from prostitution.

Escorting is a recognised job as far as the tax man is concerned. He just wants to know if you work from home or not.

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I personally think that escorts should be exempt from paying tax :eek:

They provide a valuable service one on one to another human being on a personal and intimate level. I think they deserve to keep 100% what they are paid. The tax man should f*ck off!!

Of course...i know it won't happen. Just saying like.... ^_^

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I personally think that escorts should be exempt from paying tax :eek:

They provide a valuable service one on one to another human being on a personal and intimate level. I think they deserve to keep 100% what they are paid. The tax man should f*ck off!!

Of course...i know it won't happen. Just saying like.... ^_^

Seriously, if a married man has a mistress, and he gives her regular sums of money on the understanding that it will facilitate her consenting to sex with him, is that income taxable?

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Escorting is a recognised job as far as the tax man is concerned. He just wants to know if you work from home or not.

HMRC don't ask where the money comes from, nor if it is legal, thay only ask if you have any other income that should be declared. If you do declare it, you'd be expected to say how you earnt the money, putting 'Adult Entertainer' should suffice.

They will then use this information along with other information (holidays that you have had, cars you have bought) to judge if you could sustain that level of lifestyle from the kind of earnings that you have declared.

If they don't think that the two luxry yachts could be supported on the declared income, they will hit you with a bill for what they consider would be the income for 'Adult Entertainer', it is then up to you to prove them wrong.

Be careful, once an investigation is launched, they are like terriers, the 'trick' is gice them reason to launch an investigation.

Did you know, under the FSA guidelines, the depositiing of as little as £5000 cash can trigger an automatic alarm of money laundering? This, I believe, is flagged to HMRC.

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Seriously, if a married man has a mistress, and he gives her regular sums of money on the understanding that it will facilitate her consenting to sex with him, is that income taxable?

It makes no difference if the man is married or not. As a matter of law the giving of money in a situation where there is no enforceable contract pertaining to the exchange of that money would strongly tend to avoid the money being classed as income of the recipient. However the regularity of the payments tends to suggest otherwise. In particular if the recipient were shown to be to a degree dependent upon the money in question in order to sustain her lifestyle that would tend towards classing the money as income. The question is whether the income is taxable so that the Fisc would have to have evidence of a trade, profession or vocation or whatever is the modern way of putting it.

If the mistress was not offering sex to anyone other that the bloke in the questioner's point then I reckon the facts alone point clearly to that money being non-taxable.

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HMRC don't ask where the money comes from, nor if it is legal, thay only ask if you have any other income that should be declared. If you do declare it, you'd be expected to say how you earnt the money, putting 'Adult Entertainer' should suffice.

They will then use this information along with other information (holidays that you have had, cars you have bought) to judge if you could sustain that level of lifestyle from the kind of earnings that you have declared.

If they don't think that the two luxry yachts could be supported on the declared income, they will hit you with a bill for what they consider would be the income for 'Adult Entertainer', it is then up to you to prove them wrong.

Shame they don't take the same approach with Starbucks, Amazon et al

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Yes this is an old story. Another example of newcomers failing to read their way in to this forum.

There should be a probationary period of say, 4 weeks, for new people to read the forum before they are allowed to start a thread.

It's newbies to the forum who are most in need of advice from the old hands such as yourself, and are therefore likely to want to ask questions.

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It's newbies to the forum who are most in need of advice from the old hands such as yourself, and are therefore likely to want to ask questions.

Totally agree and started a thread about the subject due to noticing some very unwelcoming replies by some posters. A bit of patience and encouragement can go a long way, being unfriendly could scare less confident posters into not posting again.

I look on it that for the newbie it could all be new to them so being welcoming is essential.

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Britain is the top business spot for all the WG specially who are from the eastern Europe. Doing the cash in hand job they are earning a huge and of course more than 90% of them are tax fraud.

Er, yes, perhaps, but I'd suggest that EE "visitors" of all trades, particularly the building trade, come to UK for a month or two, work for cash, and return home with the price of car/house/dowry or whatever it was they wanted, and they don't pay tax or NI.

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Er, yes, perhaps, but I'd suggest that EE "visitors" of all trades, particularly the building trade, come to UK for a month or two, work for cash, and return home with the price of car/house/dowry or whatever it was they wanted, and they don't pay tax or NI.

A significant number of EE "visitors" are much less ephemeral in nature. 20495 children were born in the UK to Polish mothers in 2011 for example (Source official ONS statistics table 4) placing a sizeable claim on the UK taxpayer as regards benefits and public services. Whether this is a beneficial demographic/economic trend overall for the UK is a matter for political debate, but the issue is not necessarily trivial.

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A significant number of EE "visitors" are much less ephemeral in nature. 20495 children were born in the UK to Polish mothers in 2011 for example (Source official ONS statistics table 4) placing a sizeable claim on the UK taxpayer as regards benefits and public services. Whether this is a beneficial demographic/economic trend overall for the UK is a matter for political debate, but the issue is not necessarily trivial.

Not doubting your figures for the number of live births but where is your evidence for the words I have highlighted in red?

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Anecdotal. Reports such as this, quoting someone who is privy to detailed government statistics and census data;.

According to Ruth Bagley, chief executive of Slough's Labour-run borough council, the problem isn't immigration per se, but one of funding. "Our government grant is based on a population of 117,000, but according to new Office of National Statistics methodology, it's 126,000," says Bagley. "It isn't the individual migrants who are the problem, it's the funding gap that puts pressure on resources. We want to provide good local services, but we need the money to deliver them." LINK

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This is also proof to those who say it's not possible, that you can and indeed are obliged to pay tax on income from prostitution.

Prostitution is mainly legal so our friend the Chancellor can take his cut.

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Anecdotal. Reports such as this, quoting someone who is privy to detailed government statistics and census data;.

According to Ruth Bagley, chief executive of Slough's Labour-run borough council, the problem isn't immigration per se, but one of funding. "Our government grant is based on a population of 117,000, but according to new Office of National Statistics methodology, it's 126,000," says Bagley. "It isn't the individual migrants who are the problem, it's the funding gap that puts pressure on resources. We want to provide good local services, but we need the money to deliver them." LINK

Anecdotes are no substitute for firm evidence.

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A significant number of EE "visitors" are much less ephemeral in nature. 20495 children were born in the UK to Polish mothers in 2011 for example (Source official ONS statistics table 4) placing a sizeable claim on the UK taxpayer as regards benefits and public services. Whether this is a beneficial demographic/economic trend overall for the UK is a matter for political debate, but the issue is not necessarily trivial.

I didn't get your point why you presented the statistics of Polish who are residing in UK, I'm not saying all the European nationalities of all profession are tax fraud in UK but I've to say if anytime HMRC investigates about tax evaders in Escorts girl who are working in the UK, Polish girls will be on top 3 on that list no doubt.

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Prostitution is mainly legal so our friend the Chancellor can take his cut.

And he can do this because as we all know, all WGs report all of their cash earnings to HMRC.

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And he can do this because as we all know, all WGs report all of their cash earnings to HMRC.

Where did you get such information sir, from your dream! If it would true then u should get a VAT receipt every time when u visit a girl.

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