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Cleethorpes traders say it would be a blow to Alexandra Road if Seaway had to close after its owner Sadit Sabir was jailed for a £1.4m tax fraud
HMRC’s fraud investigations have led to 671 people being convicted over the last 12 months for their part in tax crimes. In addition, HMRC has charged another 919 people and taken on 746 new criminal investigations.
Powers given to HMRC to crack down on tax avoidance risk undermining the rule of law and access to justice, a House of Lords report has concluded.
A former tax office worker has been warned she faces jail after being convicted of a near £19,000 fraud involving tax credit of which she had an in depth knowledge.
A London law student was the ringleader in the organised crime group, which set up 79 bogus companies and created fake documentation used by Bangladeshi nationals in fraudulent visa applications.
A former tax office worker has been warned she faces jail after being convicted of a near £19,000 fraud involving tax credit of which she had an in depth knowledge
An unqualified accountant has been jailed for two years and three months after being found guilty of lying about his income to evade almost a quarter of a million pounds in tax
International law firm, Pinsent Masons, has reported that this is a 9% increase in fines when compared to previous year
Following an investigation, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) refused the claim worth £46,280 and the pharmacist was detained and charged with fraud.
The PSNI superintendent was charged with, and denied, two counts of cheating the public revenue, and three charges of fraud by false representation.
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