Firstly, I know its the Daily Fail's article, that doesn't make it untrue, just maybe elaborated
Olympic gold medallist and Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins is slashing his tax bill by using an offshore scheme branded ‘abusive’ and ‘artificial’ by the Treasury.
So he can save himself some pennies, I think good on him. If anyone complains, I think you should look at these kind of things first before individuals.
Ebay paying 1.2m for 800m sales
Starbucks paid just £8.6m UK tax in 14 years
So what are your thoughts on this? I do avoid certain taxes myself when I'm doing work as an agency chef, because I can claim things against my wage. If I was earning multi millions, I wouldn't really care about a few thousand here and there though.