In the last Q&A we discussed taxes and one way of considering whether to pay the different types might be to go to honour, and consider which benefits we use and pay those related taxes. Greg advised that he would not pay income tax (not that he receives 'income') because he has no intention of using the NHS for example but then went on to explain that income tax goes towards paying interest on bonds etc. and not the services we are lead to believe. Having been to the school of indoctrination, this was a new one on me and further research makes no such mention, being rooted to the usual; public services such as the NHS, education, welfare system, and other investments for public use, such as road construction, railways and housing. Is this incorrect? Is the government lying when providing detailed budgets on what the taxes go towards…with no mention (that I can find) of such interest being paid out of income tax let alone ALL the income tax being used to pay for it?