Thursday, June 21, 2012

Edgar Venal admits "terrible error" over tax avoidance scheme

I have received another, brief, press release from Messrs. Venal & Grabbit, Solicitors:

London, 21st June 2012: Leading divorce lawyer Edgar Venal has today admitted a "terrible error of judgement" over using a tax avoidance scheme. He said:

"I have made a terrible error of judgement in using the 'K2' tax avoidance scheme, enabling me to pay 1% income tax. I should have used the 'Everest' scheme, which would have enabled me to pay no income tax at all." 


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