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A struggling businessman who set up a bogus clothing empire reclaimed more than £73,000 in fake VAT receipts, a court heard.
Two men from Kent who funded lavish lifestyles by tax fraud have been ordered to pay back more than £3.5 million within three months or go to jail.
In its ongoing fight against tax evasion, HM Revenue & Customs has revealed its top 10 tax fraud and organised crime cases of 2017.
A mechanic has been jailed for 18 months over a £210,000 tax and National Insurance fraud after an HMRC investigation found a failure to declare all of his earnings as the sole proprietor of his business Milton MOTs.
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.
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