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The Treasury has admitted that not a single promoter of Disguised Remuneration schemes has been convicted of criminal offences.
A south Armagh farmer has been sentenced for evading more than £43,329 in excise duty, after being caught with large quantities of non-UK duty paid cigarettes and hand-rolling tobacco (HRT).
Last year, HMRC imposed a record £860m in penalties on individual taxpayers, up 24% from £694m in 2017/18, according to accounting group UHY Hacker Young
The owner of a Derbyshire restaurant has been jailed for three years for a £480,000 tax fraud that was discovered when investigators uncovered a hidden sales book dating back five years.
HMRC statistics on the tax gap for 2017-2018 reveal overall underpaid tax has risen from £33bn in 2016-17 to £35bn, or 5.6% of all expected tax revenue.
THREE people have been arrested in connection with tax fraud allegations after a string of raids on premises in North Berwick.
A ROSYTH man has admitted being involved in a £20,000 tax fraud which took place over a three-year period.
Dominic Chappell was thrown into the spotlight in 2015 by his £1 purchase of BHS from Sir Philip Green, just over a year before it collapsed.
An Isle of Wight hotel owner, who lied about his takings to evade tax, has been jailed for 30 months.
R&D tax credit specialists say the claims process should be kept simple, as they encourage HMRC's attempts to clamp down on fraud
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