Friday, January 15, 2016

"I live in Brighton, please stop trying to tax me"

At the end of last year Pete Miller, a tax adviser, bravely took to the stage, along with 4 other professional advisers in Leicester, to perform 5 minutes of stand-up comedy for The Big Difference charity.

He told a story about how, many years previously, when he was still an Inspector of Taxes, he received a letter:
Dear Mr Miller.
Please stop writing to me and asking for tax.
I live in Brighton.
You work for the INLAND Revenue.

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