Discussion in 'SMB' started by anewloginapparently, Mar 21, 2012.
Will be £92,500 p/a better off as of today. Doesn't it fill your heart full of joy?
I do despair sometimes at societies priorities and warped values.
howzat as they say in cricket?
I think he's joking.
I don't get it then.
We all complian that footballers get paid to much. Now they'll get an extra £92,500 p/a.
Fair play to them
Just as well we have people paying in excess of a million a year in taxes as there are whole battalions of people who breed fuckwits and contribute nothing.
Everyone buy themselves a football and start practicing then.
Mate, there was no-one who practised more than me when i was young but i was still (relatively) useless.
Well isnt the world lucky as we would all be fked with out your contribution to the planet
If people stopped accepting extortionate ticket prices, replica shirts changing annually, expensive Sky subscriptions etc. then maybe they'd get paid less?
I want to know how you've worked out this average median
you'll have some on 10k and some on 200K a week
I imagine if they are on 200k then 10 million a year then paying 45% over 50% would still mean they pay 4 million in taxes a year.. a considerable sum in anyones eyes.
The cut in the 50% tax rate doesn't come in until next year so they'll have to wait a bit longer for that brand new Bentley.
Not if they drink beea and smerk tabs
Or have a heavy right foot when behind the wheel. Cheers Gideon.
mee too Epps.
Took a fairly rudimentary average of £2m per annum (just under 40k per week).
subtracted the £150k that would be under the very top rate of tax. £1.85m per annum.
5% of that gives you the money being put back into their pockets.
The ones on 10k a week will only get about a quarter of that back, while the ones on 200k a week will get 5x it back (poor lambs).
We should definitely formulate fiscal policy solely on how it affects 600 or so arbitrarily chosen people.
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