Boyle Hits Back Over Tax Claims

Comedian Frankie Boyle strongly defends his tax arrangements after it was alleged he might have avoided paying almost £900,000 tax last year.

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  • Frankie Boyle hits back after tax avoidance accusations
    Comedian Frankie Boyle has refuted claims made by the Daily Mail regarding his tax arrangements. The newspaper said the entertainer "could have avoided paying nearly £900,000 tax through the voluntary liquidation of his firm last year". Noting that Boyle ...
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