But let me also be clear, based upon my long experience as a tax practitioner, which I was before I became a tax campaigner, and during which earlier career I was responsible for the preparation of thousands of tax returns, I can genuinely say that I can’t recall seeing anyone give 10% of their income to charity. I can also only think of one instance of seeing a person give more than £10,000 to charity in a year.
Makes sense of course. Murphy Deeks Nolan’s business was advising luvvies on how to claim for greasepaint.
At least that’s what I conclude from their annual release of the artists’ financial guide during the 90s.