(PRWEB UK) 28 May 2014
According to the article published by The Independent, dated Monday 12 May 2014: Gary Barlow gets pilloried – and then we throw our money at Starbucks, songster Gary Barlow is being maligned by the online community, as well as MP Margaret Hodge, who are on campaign which has a goal of stripping Barlow of his OBE, due to the his involvement with Icebreaker Management. According to the Independent article, the company was merely a tax shelter for those unwilling to pay their taxes. A total of 66 million pounds was hidden from the government. The public’s opinion on the matter is somewhat divided, and so is the Government’s. While the scheme is not illegal, it is highly unethical.
In light of the article published by The Independent, Private Detectives Nottingham (http://privatedetectives-nottingham.co.uk/), invites all parties which have an interest in knowing if someone is evading their taxes, to contact the agency. Private investigators at Private Detectives Nottingham are exceptionally skilled regarding investigations which deal with asset tracing, fraud investigation, and tax evasion. They have a close collaboration with law enforcement services and many government services which have the job of making everyone pays their taxes. Of course, that is not always possible, since some people are adept at finding loopholes, but that’s where hiring a private investigator comes in. Using their rich experience and expertise, Private Detectives Nottingham will find out if the person if the person of interest is avoiding to pay its taxes, thanks to their network of contact and access to useful information. If you are having problem with tax evasion, or suspect there might a scheme at play, do not hesitate to contact Private Detectives Nottingham. Operators are standing by to take your call, and private detectives are ready to help you with any matter.
Private Detectives Nottingham chief investigator, Leon Jacklin, is concerned about the growing number of ‘tax shelters’ disguised as management agencies, which are anything but. He issued the following statement: “Private Detectives Nottingham would like to take this opportunity to say that tax evasion is not something that is legal, no matter how common it has become in recent years. Every person is obligated by law to pay their taxes. Our agency takes pride in being one of the few agencies capable of dealing with tax evasion cases. Our private investigators have solved hundreds of such cases and helped the Government take legal action against those who avoid paying their taxes. We will continue to do so in the future.”
If you are need Private Detectives Nottingham with matters regarding tax evasion, contact chief investigator Leon Jacklin on 0115 772 2197. Do not hesitate to contact us. Whatever issues you may have, we can help.