Let’s crush and try to humiliate those who contribute to the welfare of our communities and the economy, shall we? That sounds really sensible.
I like to pay taxes, not because I can’t wait to part with my cash, but because I enjoy the benefits of good infrastructure, “free” healthcare systems when I need it, the defence systems that finances 007s who would risk their lives to save mine, I am still uncomfortable with the amount of taxpayers cash that is allocated to the benefits system, but I also have a choice to vote, so life still remains balanced and fair.
While today’s FT headlines reported Google’s deal for back taxes, while some have been labelling them “immoral” (probably by those likely to Google everything from Google itself to Curry recipes…) I love Google and I’ll share with you why.
I know a small business who last year alone turned over £1.2million plus in business using Google advertising alone.
Last year another our client turned over £2million in total revenue using digital advertising including Google
Countless yoga retreats, studios and small yoga businesses that would become almost none – existent if their businesses
were suddenly out of Google search network.
Who creates wealth if not wealthy?
And apart from the business, and the economy…
Democracy is good, among other benefits it entitles us to the opinions but I wonder how many of the opinionated would stop using the benefits provided by Google?
Thank you Google, I shall take with me “How Google Works” when I am on holiday next week in Georgia
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