TaxPersonal TaxJordan ‘threatens’ to stop paying taxes

Jordan ‘threatens’ to stop paying taxes

Glamour model sees no benefit from high tax bill

Buxom glamour model Jordan is threatening not to pay her tax bill as a
protest against getting little value from the high rates she has to pay.

Speaking to the tabloid press over the weekend, Jordan said: ‘I’m a high-rate
taxpayer and I get nothing in return.’

She claimed she only got help from the taxman for her son’s nappies, and said
she had decided that she would not vote for any parties ‘with the tax situation
as it stands’.

She jokingly added that if she was sent to jail for not paying her taxes, it
would make ‘an excellent chapter in the third volume of my autobiography’.

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