50%
Yes
50%
No
34%
Yes
41%
No
16%
Yes, as long as offshore income is reported
6%
No, too many wealthy citizens are abusing loopholes in offshore banking laws to evade taxes
3%
No, and neither should corporations and business organizations

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from UK users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9LP4YWZanswered…2 days2D

Citizens should be allowed to invest, save their money how they see fit. It’s hard earn cash. End of

 @9LKD469answered…1wk1W

Only if they can show a legitimate reason for the money being put offshore - e.g. having a second home in that country

 @9L2VYKManswered…1mo1MO

Yes, but only as long all loopholes for the wealthy citizens who abuse the system to avoid taxes are closed. Especially big companies and the rich.

 @9KYY9QLanswered…1mo1MO

Yes, but companies shouldn't be allowed to do it as it allows the concentration of wealth abroad by untaxed entities. Citizens are taxed on their gains, so it should be one rule for individuals, another for companies.

 @93DHDFWanswered…2yrs2Y

Yes, but with strict limitations and obligations to report offshored income

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