Tax Evasion

Jailed: Accountant to the stars who conned taxman of ?1m

An accountant to the stars who cheated the taxman out of £1 million has been jailed for five years.
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'King Con' fraudster ordered to pay back record ?38m to victim and taxpayers

An "Olympian scale" fraudster known as King Con was today ordered by an Old Bailey judge to pay a record breaking £38.6 million back to his victim and the taxpayer.
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Illicit financial flows and tax crime in mining sector in Indonesia

Indonesia ranks seventh in biggest Illicit Financial Flows (IFF) among developing countries for year 2003-2012. While in 2014, IFF in Indonesia in 2014 is estimated reaching IDR 227.75 trillion ($20 billion). Mining sector contributes IDR 23.89 trillion ($2 billion), mainly derived from trade misinvoicing.

Fears of rift among republicans as 'Slab' loyalists blame SF for not shielding him from the law

IRA godfather Thomas 'Slab' Murphy continues to control a huge criminal empire in the bandit country of South Armagh despite being convicted of Tax Evasion, security sources have revealed.
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Gerry Adams continues attack on Irish justice system after Thomas 'Slab' Murphy verdict

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has said judges “make mistakes” in the face of public backlash over his support of convicted tax cheat Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy.
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Bosses could face jail for failure to prevent fraud

Company bosses could be prosecuted for failing to stop their staff committing fraud under new laws being considered by ministers.

Irish republican Thomas 'Slab' Murphy convicted of tax evasion

Prominent Irish republican Thomas "Slab" Murphy has been found guilty of Tax Evasion.
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Irish republican Thomas 'Slab' Murphy convicted of tax evasion

Prominent Irish republican Thomas "Slab" Murphy has been found guilty of Tax Evasion.
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No progress on tax transparency without European agreement, says France

The French parliament has finally rejected country by country reporting for the activities of the biggest French companies, refusing to get tough on tax optimisation without the involvement of their European partners.
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Facebook didn?t pay a whole lot in Irish taxes last year

Facebook's MAIN IRISH arm paid €3.4 million in tax to the Exchequer last year on sales of €4.8 billion booked through its local operations. Accounts recently filed for Facebook Ireland Limited showed a 64% rise in turnover recorded for its subsidiary compared to the figures for 2013. The company paid €2.3 million in corporate taxes that year.
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