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The Sandman BS: CGT trap for separating couples! (98* d) RE: BS: CGT trap for separating couples! 18 Dec 20


nothing strange at all,
no one has the right to question anyones earnings on a public forum.,
i am not asking Bonzo what he earns as an accountant. accountants generally earn more than folk singers,but that is his PRIVATE business
   neither would i discuss my own or anyone elseS PRIVATE FINANCES including BonzoS earnings,
manitas nasty response is completely out of order
i am not questioning bonzos earnings, or yours or manitas.
i am talking about the ethics of ebncouraging people to not pay tax at a time when the NHS is underfunded
next
i live in ireland,not in england
so as an old age pensioner living in ireland,i do not use the NHS OR CONTIBUTE TAX TOWARDS IT.   
when i had to have medical treatment, in the mid 90s. i had to pay for my stay in hospital, 3 OR 4 days, it cost me 120 euros.
i decided to pay for my HOSPITAL stay, that is my business the HSE has a different system from the NHS
,that is my personal business.

the fsct that i have been out busking once since the lockdown and have been living on my pension is notANYONES yours or manitas business.
i M QUESTIONING THE ETHICS OF ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TO AVOID TAX IN THE UKAT THE PRESENT TIME I
I qualify for a uk pension because i paid tax


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