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Author Topic: How many prossies become millionaires?  (Read 11055 times)

Offline Sailormack

Bottom line is they would rather spend the cash on shoes  :dash:

And don't forget the 2 grand handbags :wackogirl:

Offline vorian

Bottom line is they would rather spend the cash on shoes  :dash:

99.9% yes of course but not all imho.
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Offline Sailormack

I don't know, thirty is not to old for a woman to have kids and as a millionaire she wouldn't have any problem adopting from abroad if she wanted. No need to mess around with a partner or a body destroying (maybe) pregnancy.

And most women want their own biological kids when possible. :unknown:

Unless you're an ageing hag on a road to self publicity  :wackogirl:

Offline vorian

Of course.

But the difficulty is then finding someone who will father your kids at 30 after you have rented your holes out for 10 + years.  :scare:

Which brings you back to square 1, pimp  :hi:

She wouldn't need to find someone to father the kid (assuming she wanted one) not with a million pound in the bank, look at all the rich celebrities who adopt nowadays.

Men are also not immune to the attraction of money, a broke, thick, active prossie will not be as attractive, as an retired prossie who is also a millionare.
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Offline CoolTiger

What has to be remembered is that whilst there is the potential to earn huge loads of RAW CASH, this in turn CANNOT easily be invested in any form of investment (a bank account, fixed deposit, shares, or worse still a property) as you have then laid an easy trail for HMRC to enquire the source of that income. Even buying a property requires due diligence work by Solicitors/Accountants to ensure that they are well satisfied as to where you have got the money from before they act on your behalf, whether its to act as your accountant or act for you to purchase a property.  It is a requirement for Solicitors and Accountants under MLA, Money Laundering Act.


Coming under the scrutiny of HMRC results in your Income being ascertained and then being taxed, and all your investments are then under their umbrella. Any income from them is also taxed, leaving very small imcome capable of growing into the  target of £1million.   
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Offline vorian

And most women want their own biological kids when possible. :unknown:

Unless you're an ageing hag on a road to self publicity  :wackogirl:

Of course you're right most women would, but for a prossie to get to this point. She would already have shown she is not like most women or even most prossies.
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Offline vorian

What has to be remembered is that whilst there is the potential to earn huge loads of RAW CASH, this in turn CANNOT easily be invested in any form of investment (a bank account, fixed deposit, shares, or worse still a property) as you have then laid an easy trail for HMRC to enquire the source of that income. Even buying a property requires due diligence work by Solicitors/Accountants to ensure that they are well satisfied as to where you have got the money from before they act on your behalf, whether its to act as your accountant or act for you to purchase a property.  It is a requirement for Solicitors and Accountants under MLA, Money Laundering Act.

Of course some tax would have to be paid, but as we all know the richer a person becomes the more options they have to reduce their tax liability through the use of clever accountants or the many perfectly legal, if morally questionable ways the government and HMRC allow. Everyday stories come out in the papers about how rich people and companies do this. When individuals or companies do pay their morale fair share that is often in response to political pressure as opposed to a legal requirement.
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Curious6705

Tbh, no offence meant, I don't find it an interesting question. With punting, once I've handed the money over, that's it - it's gone. Like with investing, I don't believe in punting with money I can't afford to lose. What the WG does with it is her business not mine.

Offline Jerboa

Your money is safe, as it is completely unprovable, I doubt any prossie with still be a active prossie and be a millionaire, the OP asked how many become millionaires, as a total guess and taking into account all the wg's in the country today I would put the total amount in say ten years time in single figures. Don't forget some might move onto mainstream porn and earn a lot of money that way as well.

The truth is there is very little money these days in Porn, especially in the UK, unless a big LA porn producer signs a girl to an exclusive contract, she is not guarenteed much. In fact it's the other way round, Pornstars are turning to escorting to make serious money, and some escorts have shot a few scenes so they can class themselves as Pornstar and charge more.

As for Millionaire WGs, there will be a few who are switched on and have invested their cash, rather than waste it, you do see some ladies quitting the industry after 5-10 yrs, some never return, but many do.

Offline smiths

What has to be remembered is that whilst there is the potential to earn huge loads of RAW CASH, this in turn CANNOT easily be invested in any form of investment (a bank account, fixed deposit, shares, or worse still a property) as you have then laid an easy trail for HMRC to enquire the source of that income. Even buying a property requires due diligence work by Solicitors/Accountants to ensure that they are well satisfied as to where you have got the money from before they act on your behalf, whether its to act as your accountant or act for you to purchase a property.  It is a requirement for Solicitors and Accountants under MLA, Money Laundering Act.


Coming under the scrutiny of HMRC results in your Income being ascertained and then being taxed, and all your investments are then under their umbrella. Any income from them is also taxed, leaving very small imcome capable of growing into the  target of £1million.

Excellent post, i was going to post the same as i know a few people who get paid in cash but dont declare it all to the taxman. If the cash was obtained illegally like by a brothel owner there are of course additional risks if no tax was paid plus POCA. Indies who havent paid the tax they should of also face potential problems. Obviously they need someone else they can trust to help them be that a partner, friend, family or other person.

Offline vorian

Excellent post, i was going to post the same as i know a few people who get paid in cash but dont declare it all to the taxman. If the cash was obtained illegally like by a brothel owner there are of course additional risks if no tax was paid plus POCA. Indies who havent paid the tax they should of also face potential problems. Obviously they need someone else they can trust to help them be that a partner, friend, family or other person.

Another good option to avoid tax for a young wg would be to keep in full time education for as long as they can, as far as I know HMRC don't often investigate students although I'm sure there will be exceptions.
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Offline smiths

Another good option to avoid tax for a young wg would be to keep in full time education for as long as they can, as far as I know HMRC don't often investigate students although I'm sure there will be exceptions.

Following the BBC revelations about Student Visas this might change though. Some EE WGs use Western Union and similar to get their cash home.

Offline vorian

Following the BBC revelations about Student Visas this might change though. Some EE WGs use Western Union and similar to get their cash home.

True, I was thinking more about native British students. Does that still apply to them, I'm not currently up to speed on the situation.
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Offline CoolTiger

Another good option to avoid tax for a young wg would be to keep in full time education for as long as they can, as far as I know HMRC don't often investigate students although I'm sure there will be exceptions.

Even as a student, when applying for student loans, etc they need to provide their income.
Even if they have manged to hide most of the cash, once out of education, when it comes to making an investment, they then fall in the same trap that I posted above, i.e. having to show the source of their income/savings in order to buy even their first property. 

Offline finn5555

Another good option to avoid tax for a young wg would be to keep in full time education for as long as they can, as far as I know HMRC don't often investigate students although I'm sure there will be exceptions.

What like basic reading and writing? If they are Romanian pikies that would be a start  :hi:

Offline CoolTiger

In the old days, I knew of countless people who had earned a substantial amount in cash and were then able to take holidays only within the EC, as their passports were then not stamped, so difficult for authorities to track their foreign movements.

Post 9/11, every passport gets scanned at the airport, irrespective of the destination. The authorities are now fully aware of all foreign trips you make.

Offline Jerboa

As has been said, if they have any brains they will get an accountant, and pay as little tax as they can get away with, so then their money is clean.

Offline CoolTiger

As has been said, if they have any brains they will get an accountant, and pay as little tax as they can get away with, so then their money is clean.

Agreed, but this has to start from the time they are students at Uni, not per Vorian's view that they avoid tax whilst as students.

Curious6705

Another good option to avoid tax for a young wg would be to keep in full time education for as long as they can, as far as I know HMRC don't often investigate students although I'm sure there will be exceptions.

They took an interest in this young lady (30, which is what 18 in AW years?) who I think I recall being discussed on UKP.

http://metro.co.uk/2013/10/07/student-who-made-1000-a-night-as-high-class-escort-to-fund-masters-degree-ordered-to-pay-175000-in-tax-4137954/


Offline vorian

They took an interest in this young lady (30, which is what 18 in AW years?) who I think I recall being discussed on UKP.

http://metro.co.uk/2013/10/07/student-who-made-1000-a-night-as-high-class-escort-to-fund-masters-degree-ordered-to-pay-175000-in-tax-4137954/

Point well made, it seems my suggestion regarding being a long term student would not be a good option for a prossy. Still think a good accountant can work wonders though.
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Offline CoolTiger

They took an interest in this young lady (30, which is what 18 in AW years?) who I think I recall being discussed on UKP.

http://metro.co.uk/2013/10/07/student-who-made-1000-a-night-as-high-class-escort-to-fund-masters-degree-ordered-to-pay-175000-in-tax-4137954/

No tax returns submitted.... then buys a flat in Knightsbridge, of all places!!! Music to HMRC ears.
Can't get any dumber than that.

Where's Jimmy when you need him to quote about WGs paying tax??


Offline MidlandsEscortxo

Bottom line is they would rather spend the cash on shoes  :dash:

Or handbags, lots and lots of handbags!

Offline CoolTiger

Point well made, it seems my suggestion regarding being a long term student would not be a good option for a prossy. Still think a good accountant can work wonders though.

Undoubtedly. but there will a limit to minimising her tax. No complex companies / off-shore havens involved, so simple but effective tax-planning made in order to pay as less tax as possible.

The point I was trying to make is that if this does not start from the time she was a student, by the time the HMRC catches up with her, there will be loads of penalties, interest, legal costs, accountants' costs involved, such that it would have been far better to have declared from day 1.


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