London, Mar 18 (ANI): Gavin Henson recently shared his views about the business world in Britain.
The rugby player for Wales and Cardiff insisted that country should be made a more viable place for businesses to be created and to thrive.
"I think the tax rates should come down in order to stimulate growth and employment. There should still be a wealth tax or property tax for the exceedingly rich, but I don't think people who have a good work ethic should be penalised as they are now," the Telegraph quoted him as saying.
"It's not much of an incentive to create and work hard if such a large portion of it is lining the coffers of the taxman.
"Having said that, stimulating growth is a complicated business and there are a large number of ways in which to go about it, which will inevitably be argued to death and slowed down by the politicians and their widely differing stances," he added. (ANI)
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