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Billionaire Developer Candy Brothers Named In Panama Papers And 'may Have Paid Almost No Uk Tax

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Billionaire developer Candy brothers named in Panama papers and 'may have paid almost no UK tax on a £27m land deal after buying and selling the plot through offshore companies'

Candy brothers bought Parkwood Estate in 2007 using Guernsey company
Site in Surrey close to Windsor was branded most expensive field in Britain
Plot had permission to build a 'stunning 10-bed Palladian style home'
In 2012 siblings sold site for £27million, again using offshore arrangements

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3584803/Panama-papers-reveal-billionaire-developer-Candy-brothers-paid-no-tax-27m-land-deal-buying-selling-plot-offshore-companies.html

So what's the REAL truth about these wierdos then? What are their net gains and losses --- in REALITY???

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Be careful what you say as they are known to be very litigious. However, if they do see your post, they will be delighted to be called billionaires, they were most put out when the Times Rich List valued them at less than what they considered to be their true worth.

Edit: Link added.... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3131975/The-Bling-Brothers-boast-far-landed-brash-Tory-donors-Britain-s-expensive-flats-embarrassing-tax-tangle.html

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