Britain, The Government Wants To Tax The Single For Haiti Everybody Hurts

Britain, The Government Wants To Tax The Single For Haiti Everybody Hurts

Everybody hurts, the cover of Rem produced by Simon Cowell for the earthquake victims in Haiti, and that involved stars such as Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams, Jon Bon Jovi, Susan Boyle and Mariah Carey, was a great success, with its 600 thousand copies sold.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who beneficial that operation had strongly pushed, said in January that the VAT (17.5 per cent) would have been cleared on the individual sales. But now it seems that the Treasury wants to recover the lost tax revenue. It is about 250 thousand pounds.

According to the Daily Telegraph, officials of the Treasury would ask that money to the Department for International Development, which should cut from its budget. Sources from the Ministry of the Treasury confirmed that the recovery operation was launched We can not, because of European law, exempt from VAT something. It must be collected. In this case the budget of the department for international development, said a source.

This means in practice that other international aid projects will eventually pay off for charity in Haiti. A source from the production of Everybody Hurts added The agreement with the government was that the tax would be canceled, to give all proceeds to charity. We have it in writing, and they did. But now we do not want this ‘recovery’ projects a shadow on our individual .

Here’s the video of the version of Everybody Hurts Haiti

Staderini explains how is out of the time that the Church should enjoy deductions for the equalization of ecclesiastical bodies to charities. First you should make sure that in those places the charity you really do. I can think of indigent families evicted by Propaganda Fide to make room for powerful or speculation. The article criticized by radicals is 29 of the Concordat of 1929 which provides for the equality of ecclesiastical bodies to charities from a tax point of view.

The radical Secretary stressed that it was just the criterion of instrumentality which allows ample room for possible tax evasion by the ecclesiastical nature of economic subjects .The Church in fact enjoys a 50 percent IRES, tax the corporate income tax. Then there is the exemption from local income tax for buildings of ecclesiastical properties, which are not considered productive of income regardless of the owner.

Also the supply of goods and performed services are not counted in the taxable income and the latter are even less the fees for the cost of maintenance or restoration of assets, expenses for business activities Conducted by official or members of religious entities

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