Stating the Obvious

>> Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Martin Luther King said, "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity."

A die-hard lackey once said that 'false' addresses specified on websites are trivial. The taxable situs is never trivial. Criminal convictions are handed down for tax evasion after investigation and prosecution. An exhaustive investigation throws the corporate books and properties including websites' servers open to official scrutiny.

Trading disclosure laws require the name of the company and company registration number to be specified on websites among others, to fully inform the public and clearly define rights and responsibilities. Companies Act require an ACTUAL OFFICE ADDRESS and not a mailbox.
"Any company that has its base of operations in the UK is liable for the corporation tax." And what about local/city government taxes?

Therefore, a discussion on the implications of specifying an alleged "false" office address is the one that is TRIVIAL for the objective and independent thinking mind.


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