Friday, 29 October 2010

HMRC Recruiting

CBO Required
An exciting new position has arisen within the HMRC department due to enhanced processes and aggressive targets



Chief Bureaucratic Officer (CBO)

Salary. £150k to £180k per annum

Permanent, full time post

To take a strategic lead of the illiberal officialism and development of Junior and middle management bureaucrats. To create new Quango processes for the efficiency of pen pushing and box ticking.

The candidate will develop policies for the policies already in place, and work in partnership with other policy implementers to deliver more sound policies by maximising productivity of those policies.

You must have:

* A minimum of 5 years’ experience of arguing, or whinging and whining. A dislike of the private sector would be a bonus.
* The ability to create suspicion and justify the unjustifiable.
* In addition to being disagreeable, being cynical is must.
* Solid understanding of how to strategically wriggle out of problems with borderline positioning within the law.
* Implement a stable, yet cross protective complaints department to cover for the plans implemented, thereby protecting the process and the staff.
* Excellent communication skills. Interpersonal skills desired although not essential.
* Enthusiasm, energy and a passion for micro managing at extreme autocratic levels.

We are looking for a candidate who has “the glass is half empty” outlook coupled with a unique ruthlessness for achieving the results. This position is suitable for anyone with longer term career aspirations of becoming a Eurocrat.

Full details of the above vacancy and an application form are available online at
http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/

For an informal discussion about this post please contact Leslie Strathie or Dave Hartnett.

Closing date: 25 December 2010 Interview date: January 2011

Post number E22052128

Thursday, 28 October 2010

HM Revenue & Crooks Inquiry


Apparantly, MPs are launching an inquiry into the effectiveness of HM Revenue & Crooks.

The Treasury sub-committee inquiry will focus on "how HMRC is doing its job, whether it can do it better, and what the future holds" following last month's comprehensive spending review.

Well we dont need to spend vital public funds to determine what we already know..... that HMRC are crooked to the core.

HMRC has demonstrated a shocking abuse of its wide-ranging powers by attempting to shut down 1000s of businesses with winding up petitions (most of which have failed)

HMRC make absurd allegations and when challenged, claim they are bound by the rules of confidentiality. (er, then dont make allegations you cannot back up)

HMRC blatantly infringe legal certainty by deliberately misrepresenting and twisting court rulings into their own interpretation.

No-one respects HMRC because they are crooked and even their own staff are miserable which reflects how the so-called organisation is being run.

Type HMRC blunders into Google and there are millions of horror stories.

HMRC's complaint procedure is biased and self-protective which does nothing more than erode away democracy.

HMRC call taxpayers customers. They dont see the difference between the two so they are massively incompetent.

the list goes on and on and on.....

article is here

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

HMRC helps Vodafone

Angry protestors have caused the closing down of the Vodafone store in Oxford Street, London. Their claim being that Vodafone are tax dodgers who owe £6bn and that this almost covers the welfare cuts announced by the coalition.

Hold on just a minute....

Has anyone thought of asking why HMRC did a deal with Vodafone?

Surely, if Vodafone struck a deal with HMRC, then it should be HMRC to account?

Can someone ask that overpaid, overfed wanker at HMRC Dave Hartnett why he saw fit to move the Vodafone case from his specialists and lawyers to find a softly softly approach to negotiate with Vodafone’s head of tax, John Connors.

Were John Connors and Dave Hartnett gay lovers or something?



In the end, Vodafone were billed for £800m and was decided without consulting HMRC’s litigators and specialists in the tax law. Oh and Dave also agreed that these dodgy arrangements could carry on into the future with a promise of no challenge from HMRC.

So this move from Dave "hypocrite" Hartnett is encouraging tax avoidance.

Does this mean that tax avoidance is only for a select few and the rest of us assholes get thugs at the door because we are not permitted to avoid?

What kind of double-standards and hypocrisy is this from HMRC or is it just a question of sucking the rights person's dick? (in this case the dick being Dave Harnett's)

article here

Authorised Thugs of HMRC, Coming Soon


HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has "vowed" to use debt collection agencies (DCAs) to chase tax evaders and avoiders.

Evasion is illegal and avoidance is legal, but HMRC will not differentiate between the two being the law-breakers that they are, they can get away with it.

So, if you've evaded tax, saved money, then there is a thug coming for you.
If you have hired an advisor, paid shit loads of fees, done the saving 'legally' - there is a thug coming for you.

Note however, if you did it the legal way, you are more likely than not - going to lose even more money than the evaders.

The criminals at HMRC are now hiring the UK's skinhead group of thuggish clampers as they have fuck all else to do since the coalition's law changes on clamping. Now these bullies will be attacking you directly instead of your car.


HMRC can kiss my teeny, tiny little white ass!


Article is here

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

13,000 jobs to be cut at HMRC


HMRC (the UK's Mafia) have announced that some 13,000 jobs will be cut between April 2011 and April 2015. They will still be left with 56,000 in their gang and able to continue with their business terrorism activities.

But its good news that there will be less of these terrorists to contend with.
article is here

Saturday, 23 October 2010

HMRC Despotism

Who are the greatest deceivers of Britain?
Breaking great laws that were once written?
Of crafty deception and trickery...
Comes HMRC’s skullduggery.

HMRC Skullduggery Concept:-

Above the law we are today,
Causing grief and much dismay.
Pay us now or you will suffer,
If we owe you, we’ll be much tougher

Vat that is due, we will surely block
Law is a concept that we just mock
Its not fair and its not right
But we are the ones with all the might

Tax avoidance is now evasion
Tax advice is an unlawful occasion
Means to know or a J.S.L.
Working in the UK is living hell

Abuse of rights and verification
Causing grief and much frustration
Against the law? Yes, we know it is
But that’s what we do – we take the piss

Friday, 22 October 2010

MOK AWARDS

Some of these VAT officers who lie, cheat and mislead as part of their job are clearly not getting enough recognition for their brave efforts. Dangermouse objects to this and will issue appropriate awards to the best ones.

Today's award is for HMRC's Chief Cocksucker.........


goes to...... Terry Mendez. The Chief Cocksucker of HMRC and Redhill's very own snake.

Congratulations Terry!

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Greedy Solicitors & Crap Tax Advisors


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All you have to do is look at some recent cases and you'll see that not all solicitors are advising their clients in accordance with their best interests. To avoid being massacred, do the damage limitation with us.

Call Greedy Now on 020 7612 2530

Cheers!

Friday, 15 October 2010

HMRC..., the UKs Very Own MAFIA

Today, the word "mafia" is used to refer to almost any organized crime group, and in some cases is even used to describe groups completely unrelated to crime.

­In organized crime there is a hierarchy, with higher-ranking members making decisions that trickle down to the other members of the "family".

HMRC act like the Mafia - both of these groups have goal alignment in their activities:-

1. The ultimate point of the Mafia is to make money. Same applies to HMRC.

2. Both groups use extortian, forcing people to give up their money by threatening them in some way.

3. The Mafia gives 'protection rackets' as part of their extorian scheme and HMRC use the 'public purse' as their justification. (public funds for quangos, gold plated pensions and extravagent expenses)

4. The Mafia makes money by participating in virtually any activity that is illegal. HMRC participate in every activity both legal and illegal (so they are worse)

5. The Mafia will hijack trucks and unload entire shipments of stolen goods. HMRC will take all vat reclaims and pocket those.

6. The current Mafia took centuries to develop. HMRC developed in 2005 and reached Mafia status within 12 months.

7. Both groups are so powerful that their criminal activities are never reported or acted upon.