Fascinating from the Murphmonster this morning.
Just eyeballing this the number of extant companies has roughly doubled over 12 or so years. The number not declaring taxable income has around and about doubled over those same 12 years. The number declaring taxable income has just around doubled over 12 years.
OK, so, proportions stay around the same.
I have to be candid: I don’t believe that. I think there are many more trading than say so. I think it’s utterly implausible that this is not the case.
Quite: that the proportion of companies not declaring taxable income stays static is proof perfect that there’s massive tax dodging going on.
Nothing like having proof of a contention, is there?