Jail sentence dished out to Indian restaurant owner
The owner of Indian restaurants across Dorset has been jailed for a £200,000 tax fraud after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Two sentenced for dirty cash scam
Two men have been sentenced to a total of 40 months in prison after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) officers caught them laundering £115,000 of criminal cash.
Legal representative jailed for tax fraud
A former legal representative has been jailed for two years and eight months for hiding his earnings from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and failing to pay around a quarter of a million pounds in tax and National Insurance Contributions.
Buddha’s statues hid secret smuggling stash
A furniture importer from Brighton who allowed hollow statues of the religious icon Buddha to be used to smuggle more than 100,000 illicit cigarettes into the UK has been sentenced today.
Lincolnshire taxi driver sentenced for excise fraud
A Lincolnshire taxi driver who was caught with more than a tonne and a half of illicit tobacco has been sentenced after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
£14 million payback for playboy VAT fraudster
A convicted multi-millionaire tax fraudster, already jailed for money laundering his share of a £250 million VAT fraud, has been ordered to repay criminal profits of £14 million, within nine months, or remain in jail for a further ten years.
Accountant’s motor racing tax fraud spins off track
An accountant who hid the profits of a Cardiff motor racing business in a £140,000 tax fraud has been jailed.
London smuggler sentenced
A London man who used a false identity in an attempt to smuggle more than 350,000 duty free cigarettes into the UK has been sentenced.
A landscape of lies – film tax fraudsters jailed for over 22 years
A gang found guilty of making a film solely as a £2.8 million tax scam have been sentenced today in the first prosecution for film tax relief fraud.
Time’s up for Dorset watch dealer
A Dorset luxury watch retailer who used fake invoices to steal £271,000 in fraudulent VAT repayments was jailed today.