Morality is defined as principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behaviour.
We all aspire to be morally “right”. And there are those that stand on soap boxes (like this one I guess) and want to condemn the wicked and warn of fire and brimstone and that your soul will burn in the fires of hades if you continue your sinful path.
But the question of morality, in as far as taxation is concerned, leaves most people, well, either silent or verbose. I have seen men on soap boxes that condemn the souls the immoral youth only to find that their tax shenanigans are darn right criminal as opposed to just being naughty.
I have found that morality gets blurred when you are asked or rather compelled by law, to pay away a vast amount (and please, up to 45% of your income is A VAST AMOUNT) in taxation. You must really swallow hard to look beyond the payment, and I mean Hubble Space Telescope far to find the real benefits, and then you have to get your Smeagol to push the button to transfer the funds.
Every man or woman i.e. a tax payer, has the right to structure his or her affairs in such a manner as to pay the appropriate amount of tax. In the past, I have eluded to the fact that tax arbitrage is just that, planning to pay the appropriate amount of taxation.