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TAXTOPIA : How I Discovered the Injustices, Scams and Guilty Secrets of the Tax Evasion Game, Paperback / softback Book

TAXTOPIA : How I Discovered the Injustices, Scams and Guilty Secrets of the Tax Evasion Game Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


'A shocking, enraging, sometimes hilarious exposé of a tax system that lives down to all our worst fears of further enriching the wealthy at the expense of the little guys.' - Piers Morgan'Very funny (and furious)... This is not some crazed figure on the extreme left hoping to bring down the establishment.

The book is written by an accountant who has spent his career coming up with the very tax avoidance schemes the super-wealthy use to evade the clutches of HMRC.' - The Telegraph'Funny, clever and really quite brilliant.

Taxtopia will make you furiously angry and possibly even filthy rich.' - Tom Peck, The Independent'If you want to know how skewed the system is and how the rich always get richer and stay that way, while you don't, then read this book.

Then get angry.' - Patrick Alley, Co-founder of Global Witness and author of Very Bad People'A hilarious and deeply troubling expose about how the world's shady tax system is exploited and proves what we always suspected - that our tax system is rigged against us.

Read it and weep.' - Geraint Anderson author of City Boy'Would I recommend the book?

Yes, and it may also be worth going back over some of the more interesting ideas with your accountant' -Spear'sIn TAXTOPIA a rogue accountant breaks ranks to share his journey from clueless naïf to skilled tax consultant -and in doing so blows the lid on the murky world of making the tax burdens of the ultra-wealthy disappear. In the topsy-turvy world of tax avoidance, you can get richer by buying a yacht, the world's biggest exporter of coffee is Switzerland, and billionaires like Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump and the Duke of Westminster often pay less tax than you do. Written with sharp wit and over-brimming with inside secrets, the anonymous author shows us that not only does the global tax system encourage dubious practice which favours the rich, but that it was specifically founded with that in mind. If you suspect that tax is a rigged game, a con, designed to fleece the little guy, you are about to find out just how shockingly true that really is. Welcome to TAXTOPIA.


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