Food chain tax fraudsters jailed after tax investigation


Four tax fraudsters who ran a well known chain of restaurants have been jailed for a period totalling 10 years. They were involved in a tax fraud totalling £800,000 including pocketing staff tips and under declaring the sales as well as falsely taking nearly £300,000 in tax credits. The fraudsters were named by HMRC as Sadiqur Rahman,  Mizanur Rahman, Mohammed Sharif Uddin from Wednesbury and Abul Kamal from West Bromwich. They spent the stolen tax money on luxury holidays, properties and sent large amounts of cash to Bangladesh. HMRC will also be selling their assets to collect the tax and penalties owed. See more….

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