Combat Pest Control is the latest company to gain the Fair Tax Mark, meaning that these military veterans are fighting tax avoidance as well as fighting unwanted pests.
The London-based firm are committed to running their business in a way that adds real social value, including supporting injured service personnel, educating street children in Afghanistan and also supporting landmine clearance projects around the world. Gaining a Fair Tax Mark is another way in which Combat Pest Control demonstrate their support for the communities they live in.
Michael Coates, director of Combat Pest Control, said: “We hold our military values close to our heart. Integrity, accountability, self-discipline and respect are the four main values that ensured the Fair Tax Mark was something we had to gain as an organisation. We set out to show other small business that we too can be a shining example to industry no matter the size. If we can show this commitment then anyone can! We are proud to support and gain the Fair Tax Mark”
Richard Livings of the Fair Tax Mark said: “The Fair Tax Mark wants businesses of all sizes to stand up and be proud of the contribution they make through taxation. We are therefore delighted that Combat Pest Control have embedded the elements of best financial practice at such an early stage. Their commitment to transparency demonstrates that doing the right thing is genuinely important to them.”