So a scheme that will enable businesses to save bundles of £2,000 by setting up limited companies — which, with accounting costs, tax return costs etc, will probably cost the best part of that saving to run — rates the description "aggressive" by the BBC. They've obviously not seen an aggressive scheme before!
Anderson Group, one of the recruitment industry's most high-profile companies, is promoting an "aggressive" tax avoidance scheme which experts are calling "abusive". The scheme works by exploiting the government's Employment Allowance. ... The tax avoidance scheme works by exploiting the government's Employment Allowance which was introduced last year. The allowance enables companies to claim £2,000 off their annual employers' National Insurance bill and was meant to encourage small businesses to take on more workers.