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Inderjit Singh Mangher, 30, and his brother, Amandeep Singh Mangher, 27, known as the 'booze brothers' have been jailed for dodging £6.4million of taxes on up to £25million worth of alcohol.
A recent HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) trial looking into new methods for reducing the number of tax fraud cases identified £20 million of potential losses after around a third of 16,000 sample cases displayed irregularities.
HMRC wants to add to its existing operational and data analytics capacity to increase the number of successful tax credits error and fraud interventions to further reduce overall losses.
HMRC has opened discussions with the commercial sector about how it could help to reduce tax credits error and fraud.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will be given "too much discretion" to 'name and shame' banks that do not meet strict governance requirements in relation to tax matters under proposed changes to the industry Code of Practice.
A Czech gang of five conspired to steal £1m in child benefits and tax credits.
Illicit wine sales could be as much as 11% of the market and may have lost HM Revenue & Customs as much as £700 million.
A professional fraud investigator has been warned she faces a "significant" jail term for helping her husband con the taxman out of more than £885,000.
Two men have been released on bail after being arrested in connection with a suspected £2m VAT fraud connected to the transport industry in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
A Portsmouth carpenter who tried to claim £26,000 in fraudulent Income Tax refunds has been jailed after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs.
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