london - The name of Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton picks up in the Paradise Papers, with new revelations about the financial trade and the walk of the richest of the earth. Hamilton would have evaded tax on the purchase of his private aircraft, which is not punishable as opposed to tax evasion.
According to the BBC, in the Paradise Papers, it is clear that Hamilton received a refund of VAT at the purchase of the Bombardier Challenger 605. The device was imported to the British island of Man, where the device was rented through all sorts of complicated legal constructions.
According to the attorney's lawyers, everything went well according to the rules. The procedures followed are not punishable, but according to the BBC, the 'coolness' of the situation raises questions.
According to the BBC, the device was used not only for business purposes but also for private purposes. That can be a lot for the amount of tax to be paid. According to British Broadcasting, Hamilton (32) posts on social media reveal that the device was privately deployed for a third of the time. According to the BBC, fifty similar cases are discovered in the Paradise Papers.
Earlier, U2 singer Bono and British Queen Elizabeth also discovered. The Paradise Papers are the sequel to famous Panama Papers.
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