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How HMRC profits from Paradise Papers

Panama Papers, Paradise Papers – both misnomers, I believe, since I have come to the conclusion that they should perhaps be collectively renamed the 'Payment Papers'

Although one must not forget that there was no 'payment' as such for the data when it was originally 'obtained' from the law firms in question. To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine.

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