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A teacher who stole £100,000 of tax repayments to spend on gambling, golfing and Leeds Utd football matches has been handed a suspended 21-month prison sentence.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has saved the public over £2.4m by taking down websites that trick people into calling premium rate phone numbers for services that HMRC provide for free.
A north Belfast construction worker has been handed a 12 month prison sentence - suspended for three years - after pleading guilty to tax fraud worth more than £239,000.
As cyberattacks are becoming more and more commonplace, fraudsters have found a wide range of targets, from multinational companies to private individuals.
A father and son who fraudulently claimed almost £1m in VAT rebates have been recaptured after fleeing to Spain.
A trader in PRNs – packaging waste recovery notes – has been jailed for 21 months for tax fraud.
HMRC officers searched two homes in the Glasgow area, seizing phones and computers.
HM Revenue & Customs has been accused of being soft on billions of pounds of VAT fraud committed by rogue traders using online marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay.
The return on investment per pound spent by HMRC on large business investigations has increased by 17% in the year ending 31 March, according to law firm Pinsent Masons
HMRC has announced an agreement to tackle VAT fraud on online marketplace platforms, committing online marketplace signatories to a number of measures promoting VAT compliance. How has the accountancy industry reacted?
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