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Why Do We Have To Pay TAX

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Tax....the bane of my existence

 

The amount I pay is relatively low compared to the average person but I still feel like i'm being raped

 

Way I see it is the system is in place for people who are smart/powerful enough to be able to dodge paying it, its like an incentive to be rich 

 

Shit is fucked 

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You man have it good.

The German tax system is the WOAT

Depending on your marital status, kids and What your wife is doing.

If your not married without kids expect to be giving up 45% SMFH.

Could easily pay someone a decent salary of mine.

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All goes to ya nhs, roads, schools, army etc.

But when I see the coin they take from my payslip...

Like bad man said its set up for those who can avoid it.

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While I’m all for a good idealistic quote as much as the next guy, how do you expect shit to get done bro.

 

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Main problem with our system is exactly what badman said imo.

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Talking of tax, I had a tax return cheque through the post a couple days back.

I was about to rip it and all. It was nice.

On another note Google are mocking.

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tax was implemented in the uk to raise funds for the napoleonic battle

 

it went away

 

it came back again

 

it went away

 

THEN IT CAME BACK...

 

 

AND IT HAS STAYED WITH US EVER SINCE... GOVERNMENT OBVIOUSLY REALISED 'YEAH WE CAN MAKE PURE P's FROM THESE IDIOTIC FUCKBOI PEOPLES IN SOCIETY'

 

 

YEAH LETS JUST TAX THE POPULATION ON EVERYTHING THEY DO... AND THEY CANT SAY NOTHING TO US....

 

 

YEAH YEAH, THATS A GOOD IDEA

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everyday's a weebay moment for this guy :lol:

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aslong as you can still personally barter your own goods with others i dont see the problem in the concept of taxes.

 

money doesnt belong to, it belongs to the banks, they're just coupons for us to fuck around with.

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aslong as you can still personally barter your own goods with others i dont see the problem in the concept of taxes.

money doesnt belong to, it belongs to the banks, they're just coupons for us to fuck around with.

You'll still be liable to capital gains tax even without money changing hands

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aslong as you can still personally barter your own goods with others i dont see the problem in the concept of taxes.

money doesnt belong to, it belongs to the banks, they're just coupons for us to f*ck around with.

You'll still be liable to capital gains tax even without money changing hands

 

yeah legally lol

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people think they are free because they are self employed/have their own business

 

 

but no.... no... the white supremacists still OWN you... you are still paying tax

 

you are paying tax on motherfuking everything here in the UK its actually ridiculous

 

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obviously same way with employed people

 

 

only way to be free is to just do dodge

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Guest Blacksheet

Fuck tax

Load the macs

Rob the pacs

Shot to the cats

Then spit the raps

No lies...just facts

D keys to success

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You man have it good.

The German tax system is the WOAT

Depending on your marital status, kids and What your wife is doing.

If your not married without kids expect to be giving up 45% SMFH.

Could easily pay someone a decent salary of mine.

 

its seems crazy, I was getting paid the same amount I was in London after the currency conversion, but 12% more is going to taxes/health-care than before

 

Individual Income Taxes. For 2014 and 2015 a taxable income of less than €8,354 is tax-free for a single person (€16,708 for a married couple). Incomes up to €52,882 for a single person (€105,764 for a couple) are then taxed with a rate progressively increasing from 14% to 42%.

 

considering living cost difference its understanding, but relative value compared to GBP... nah

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