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Offline Jimmyredcab



Point is prossies are a service industry like any other so why would it not count?


Because the black economy is no good to any country, Italy and Greece are good examples.    :thumbsdown:

Offline wristjob

Because the black economy is no good to any country, Italy and Greece are good examples.    :thumbsdown:

Why?

Curious6705

As consumer spending makes up the majority of UK GDP why not include sex?  :cool:

Offline Jimmyredcab

Why?

Simple answer.
In the black economy no tax is paid, that is why Greece is bankrupt to the tune of billions.     :hi:

Take this example.
Bob the builder does a job off the books for £100.

He spends the £100 on a prossie.

She gives the £100 to her drug supplier.

The drug supplier buys stolen goods for £100.


So we have a total of £400 spent and not a single penny paid in tax.     :thumbsdown:

I have often wondered how much cash is generated from prostitution and estimated it to be billions based on 10000 prozzies doing 500 quid a day for 300 days  year.As it's all cash the revenue are losing out on billions.The only way to tax it would be draconian measures on bank accounts or Western Union money transfers. We are not a police state yet and itd a different profession to track.Until mobile phone ot email tapping becomes the norm the government have a hard task.Until then they will hound me for £6 underpayment on my self assessment.

Offline Markus


I don't want to go in to the tax element of this again but both government and councils need spending reviews teams to manage their affairs.

I was talking to a roofer the other day and during the glorious days of Tony Blairs reign, he was being paid £1000 a week from the council to patch bits of feld to existing flat roofs. £1000 a week. The guy said it was the easiest job he ever had and most weeks he did sod all.

Back to prostitution and the whole point of these figures is to boost our GDP using fictional figures to attract overseas investment. They had similar figures for drugs and counterfeit cigarettes.


Offline wristjob

Simple answer.
In the black economy no tax is paid, that is why Greece is bankrupt to the tune of billions.     :hi:

Take this example.
Bob the builder does a job off the books for £100.

He spends the £100 on a prossie.

She gives the £100 to her drug supplier.

The drug supplier buys stolen goods for £100.


So we have a total of £400 spent and not a single penny paid in tax.     :thumbsdown:

Exactly, 3 people got what they want so the prossie keeps shagging, the drug dealer keeps dealing, the thief keeps thieving (not that I'm condoning all those activities) and eventually somebody goes and spends the full £100 at a business that will pay tax - eventually the full amount reaches the taxman.

Offline wristjob


I was talking to a roofer the other day and during the glorious days of Tony Blairs reign, he was being paid £1000 a week from the council to patch bits of feld to existing flat roofs. £1000 a week. The guy said it was the easiest job he ever had and most weeks he did sod all.


Roofing is easy work, mostly you sit there pissing about, and it pays well. It's also bloody dangerous, probably no fun whatsoever in wind, rain, snow and probably hot days too. Definitely not fun if you drop a hammer on the head of the guy holding your ladder too. There's a reason why loads of builders are happy to earn half the money closer to the ground


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