True, Kevin, it would be hard to prove. But given the billions at stake it has to be worth spending some money on an educated guess? Or else the Govt is making policy blind, don't u think?kevinchess1 wrote:And how could you show/prove thatdevils advocate wrote:Can I ask those who are opposed to dropping the 50% rate - would you still be opposed on principle even if it were shown that reducing the rate from 50% to 40% would generate more long term tax revenue?
No doubt by payin Managenment consultants £1000000000000 to ask their mates what they thought
Maybe. The question is, are the people who currently earn that or have the potential to, happy to pay it?I'd be happy to pay 50% if I was earning that much
Okay lets consider itdevils advocate wrote: Consider a successful businessman who thinks about opening a new branch for this company.
Question being asked is: Do you agree with the current top rate of income tax?planteria wrote:i don't understand the poll.
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