As it becomes clearer that people are bulk-buying essential items ahead of Brexit and confidence in the supply chain is diminishing, the latest previously undisclosed blow to the nation’s wellbeing has come to light.
Porsche has announced that they want customers to sign a clause in their purchase contracts agreeing to a potential tariff of 10% for cars delivered after Britain leaves the EU. Continue reading “Project Fear in overdrive as Porsche plan to charge Brits 10% more to look like a twat”
In the clearest message yet to Government, business has confirmed that it cares only about money and the environment can go hang.
Glib messages on corporate websites about social and environmental responsibility have turned out to be bollocks and, with uncertainty around the corner blamed on Brexit and the Government’s piss poor handling of the negotiations, big businesses want the world to know that Only Money Matters. Continue reading “Only Money Matters”
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Today all England grieves for the loss of this fearless Brexiteer, ruthless money maker and top insurance policy seller five years running. Proving if you want something bad enough there’s nothing you won’t do to get there. Continue reading “RIP Arron Banksit fearless Brexiteer, interesting business man and top insurance seller”
Our Monkey Business team have been looking at FB’s announcement that Mr Z will have to pay, HMRC, Three Times as much in Tax Revenue this year, and they’ve declared ‘Shenanigans’.
Apparently FB has been saddled with a massive tax liability of absolutely bugger all, which after deductions, credits, re-calculation, appeal and an allowance for death will be reduced to f**k all. Continue reading “Facebook to pay 3 times as much tax, BUT 3 x Bugger All is still Sweet FA”
Heads are expected to roll at the UK division of Amazon after an undetected internal accounting error meant that the company has become liable for UK Corporation Tax of £1.7m.
The company, which would have beaten Apple to the crown of “first $1trn company” nine years ago if it hadn’t been for its merciless tax mitigation department, is still ranked less profitable in the UK than Toys R Us, Maplin and Aunt Emily’s Corner Shop in Devizes.
Continue reading “Heads to roll at Amazon after receiving a £1.7 mill tax bill”