Paradise Papers: The Public Opinion
Last week the Paradise Papers drew to light the extent of the secretive schemes being used to lower the tax bills of wealthy individuals and large corporations.
By taking advantage of legal loopholes and creating complicated company structures, currently, these practices are legal – something which seven in ten (69%) adults in the UK feel strongly that should not be the case.
With the British public feeling that wealthy individuals have a responsibility when it comes to matters of tax, the nation needs to see that action is being taken. The majority of UK adults support a full public inquiry and it is the UK government who is deemed ultimately responsible for ensuring the right amount of tax is paid here.
Atomik Research’s surveyed 2000 UK Adults to create an infographic that sheds some light on what the nation thinks of the matter, take look at what the survey revealed…
BY ALICE GOODY