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A Kirkheaton man has admitted at least £75,000 worth of tax fraud pleading guilty to one count of the fraudulent evasion of VAT and one count of the fraudulent evasion of income tax.
A former company director and his ex-wife, who were jailed in March 2017 for a total of six years and nine months for tax fraud, have been ordered to pay back £154,900.
A former publican from West Sussex who evaded £85,000 in VAT and Corporation Tax has been sentenced to 18 months in prison following an investigation by HMRC.
A former company director and his ex-wife who were jailed for tax fraud have been ordered to pay back almost £155,000.
As part of its aims to crack down on tax avoidance and evasion, HMRC has been involved in a number of high profile court cases and investigations in the past year.
A curry house boss defrauded the tax man to the tune of £90,000 by failing to declare how much his restaurant was raking in over five years.
A former HMRC employee has been sentenced for more than five years in prison in a £2.4m VAT fraud case
Court was told KSS Security had charged Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury School and The Forestry Commission around £59,700 of VAT, which was not paid to HM Revenue and Customs.
A bar and garage owner who fraudulently avoided more than £340,000 in tax and national insurance by failing to register the premises has been jailed for four years.
The move to stop the scam was the second in as many years as the more than £1bn-a-year scam had led to much criticism of HM Revenue and Customs to act.
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