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It is “business as usual” according to staff at a Lincolnshire Italian restaurant after their boss was jailed for £175,000 tax fraud.
A fraudulent retailer, who only declared sales for part of her trading day, has been ordered to repay £250,000 after being jailed for tax fraud.
The former owner of an Italian restaurant near Tower Bridge has been jailed for four years for VAT evasion.
Around 20 officers from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) found almost seven tonnes of tobacco, worth more than £2 million in evaded duty, inside potato bags at two rented agricultural buildings, in Bedworth, Warwickshire.
HMRC explains that companies can avoid VAT penalties in future “by not becoming involved in any transactions connected with VAT fraud’’
A 43 year old man from Leicester who led a gang of 19 on a £2.4 million VAT repayment fraud has been jailed.
Company director has heard she is likely to be jailed for a VAT fiddle totalling almost £50,000.
HMRC employs just 522 staff to tackle tens of billions of tax evasion by the super-rich whereas the DWP employ 4,045 to tackle benefit fraud
A six-year investigation by HMRC had found that the men, along with their friends, fraudulently operated six companies, buying and selling mobile phones and CD ROMs.
HMRC not using its extended powers to bring down tax fraudsters
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