Friday, September 23, 2016
David Mitchell's funny explanation of tax avoidance
There are some great quotes in this clip which sees David Mitchell answering questions about tax avoidance during an interview on The Last Leg TV show in 2105.
Bad language alert in this clip:
"Vanilla flavoured. Less than vanilla, unflavoured tax avoidance"
At the other end of the spectrum, "Gary Bartlow's evil flavoured" tax avoidance
Tax avoidance involves "50 shades of grey. And that's not an ice cream flavour anyone wants!"
"Legal loopholes allowing tax avoidance mean the government is “taxing conscience” – the more of a conscience you have, the more you pay – and that isn’t right"
"We're taxing being nice"
Many years ago a publican had a meeting with a tax inspector in his pub. The publican had been claiming tax relief in respect the upkeep of ...
1. You work very odd hours. 2. You are paid a lot of money to keep your client happy. 3. You are paid well but your pimp gets most of the ...
This classic half hour radio episode first originally aired on 4 November 1956. Tony Hancock receives a tax demand for £14 12s 3d re ten y...
"Do accountants laugh?" was a question posed online by top Comedy Magician, John Archer ahead of a gig for accountants. Among th...