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4 minutes ago, Retired Climber said:

Blimey, I add a bit of detail to make a point and look what happens. 

 

Just to keep you in the picture, no, I don't take 10's of thousands of VAT per quarter, but do per year. Sorry for not making that as clear as you'd like. 

 

I've explained what I do on this forum before, it probably wouldn't be difficult to find. 

Mmmmmmm, some call it detail, some call it BS....

 

You clearly and unequivocally said you have tens of thousands of £s worth of VAT awaiting forward payment per ¼ to play with as you like.

 

I'm calling 🦣💩 

 

60k spend would give you ONE ten thousand to play with.

 

You reckon you've got "tens of thousands" so you must be spending 1, 2, 3+ times 60k per ¼ from your garden shed...

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1 minute ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

Mmmmmmm, some call it detail, some call it BS....

 

You clearly and unequivocally said you have tens of thousands of £s worth of VAT awaiting forward payment per ¼ to play with as you like.

 

I'm calling 🦣💩 

I can't believe I'm bothering with this, but if I was deliberately bullshitting you, why would I then clarify that I actually take a lot less than it may have seemed when you asked? 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

Mmmmmmm, some call it detail, some call it BS....

 

You clearly and unequivocally said you have tens of thousands of £s worth of VAT awaiting forward payment per ¼ to play with as you like.

 

I'm calling 🦣💩 

 

60k spend would give you ONE ten thousand to play with.

 

You reckon you've got "tens of thousands" so you must be spending 1, 2, 3+ times 60k per ¼ from your garden shed...

Spend has nothing to do with anything. It’s the incoming vat that you effectively have to play with for 3 months at a time 

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3 hours ago, Retired Climber said:

People complain about not wanting to be an unpaid tax collector, but what's not to like? The Vat man asks me to add 20% to my invoices and give it to him. He asks me to send it to him once a quarter, up to 4 months and a week after I've been given it. He doesn't care what I do with the money whilst I have it, as long as he gets it on time. I have 10s of thousands of pounds to play with however I like. On top of that, I can take off any VAT I've paid before I sent it. 

 

The only person who loses out with VAT is the poor sap right at the end of the line who's not registered, and can't claim it back. It's a tax for consumers and end users, not businesses. If you are a business and are not registered, you are a mug, and are playing at business, whilst paying tax as a consumer. 

 

3 minutes ago, Retired Climber said:

I can't believe I'm bothering with this, but if I was deliberately bullshitting you, why would I then clarify that I actually take a lot less than it may have seemed when you asked? 

 

 

I didn't "ask", you stated.

 

I called you out on it because it's horse shite which you seem to have now acknowledged.

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2 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Spend has nothing to do with anything. It’s the incoming vat that you effectively have to play with for 3 months at a time 

Yeah, you're quite right, you'd have to be billing 50k to generate the 10k that would need to be passed on.  Same BS call applies though...

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1 minute ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

 

I didn't "ask", you stated.

 

I called you out on it because it's horse shite which you seem to have now acknowledged.

Sorry, I didn't realise someone with a massive chip on their shoulder was going to pick through it to try to make themselves feel better. You can see as well as anyone else that what I wrote was ambiguous, you read it one way, I read it the other. The point I made is still valid, and you got to try to pretent to be clever for a few minutes; everyone's a winner. 

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2 minutes ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

Yeah, you're quite right, you'd have to be billing 50k to generate the 10k that would need to be passed on.  Same BS call applies though...

You think I don't bill more than 50 grand a quarter? 

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9 minutes ago, Retired Climber said:

Sorry, I didn't realise someone with a massive chip on their shoulder was going to pick through it to try to make themselves feel better. You can see as well as anyone else that what I wrote was ambiguous, you read it one way, I read it the other. The point I made is still valid, and you got to try to pretent to be clever for a few minutes; everyone's a winner. 

 

9 minutes ago, Retired Climber said:

You think I don't bill more than 50 grand a quarter? 

Do one you chopper.

 

You were trying be Billy big balls but turned out to be Billy BS.

 

That's just a matter of credibility.

 

To paraphrase, why would I bother....? 

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This thread is getting a bit nasty.

 

Did you know I shot a big Reindyr buck a week or so ago, would anyone like to see a picture of it?

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