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A Solihull fraudster has been jailed for two years, at Birmingham Crown Court, for a tax evasion scam to the tune of £500,000.
A Leeds company director has been sentenced after he lied about his business’ sales and used his friend’s company to steal VAT
Four men who set up a filming company to claim fraudulent tax rebates worth more than £2million from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have been sentenced
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.
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