Another form of tax avoidance

If I have the opportunity to earn a higher income through more work and
study but do not take it, then can I be accused of tax avoidance?
And is this a form of tax avoidance that the government should be
encouraging?
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Thomas
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Thomas
One could argue that it is like that, to be able to get pensioned as a paranoid schizophrenic.
Like it is, the result is important...
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marc
they don't care. They subscribe to the "lump of work" theory
If you don't do the work (and hence pay tax on the money earnt by doing so), someone else will
tim
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tim....
Yes, according to some trade unions and left-wingers. If you agree to a lower entitlement than your peers, some lefties think you should be taxed on imaginary income.
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mjt95

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