Mechanic jailed after tax investigation for £208k tax fraud

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Ian Wilson, 61, was sentenced in January 2018 to eighteen months in prison for tax evasion including underpaying his tax and national insurance by understating his actual income. Cash of £110,000 was discovered at his home when HMRC raided him. Mr. Wilson has now been ordered to pay up the tax evaded of £208,000 or face additional time in prison. Mr. Wilson now risks his house being sold to pay for the tax lost. Read more..

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