Tax fraudster and benefits cheat jailed

Keiran Farrer, 39, has been jailed for four and half years for tax evasion including VAT fraud of £280,000 and benefits cheating. Mr. Farrer had set up fraudulent business through which he stole VAT and used it to pay for his private flying lessons and lived the life of luxury. Mr. Farrer already had several convictions and a suspended prison sentence at the time he was involved in tax evasion. HMRC’s tax investigation by numerous offices helped uncover his tax fraud and he has now been put in prison. Read more…

Mechanic jailed after tax investigation for £208k tax fraud

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..