Tag: tax offences

Big pay-back follows restaurateur’s tax convictions

July 6, 2018 | By More
Big pay-back follows restaurateur’s tax convictions

Well known restaurateur Jonny Schwass borrowed $130,000 from relatives so that he could make a significant reparation offer at his sentencing on tax charges involving more than $300,000.

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Businessman on tax charges can be named

June 28, 2018 | By More
Businessman on tax charges can be named

Suppression has lapsed on the name of Christchurch businessman Hayden George Jones who has admitted tax offences totalling $402,441.

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Professional man admits $402,000 tax offences

June 18, 2018 | By More
Professional man admits $402,000 tax offences

A Christchurch professional man has been given 10 days to tell his clients that he has admitted tax offences totalling $402,000 before his name suppression lapses.

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Big tax bill after four companies fail

June 15, 2018 | By More
Big tax bill after four companies fail

Tax totalling $191,344 was left unpaid after four companies set up by a man with four aliases went into liquidation in 2016.

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$100,000 tax shortfall admitted

May 31, 2018 | By More
$100,000 tax shortfall admitted

After receiving a warning from the Inland Revenue Department, a Christchurch company director continued not paying PAYE for his concreting business for another 21 months.

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Jail term begins with $1.5m unpaid tax bill

April 18, 2018 | By More
Jail term begins with $1.5m unpaid tax bill

A businessman who admitted 44 charges is now bankrupt and cannot pay any of the $1.5 million of unpaid tax.

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Restaurateur admits $300,000 tax offences

March 22, 2018 | By More
Restaurateur admits $300,000 tax offences

Christchurch restaurateur Jonny Schwass has admitted misapplying tax payments totalling more than $300,000 before his company BTS Restaurants Ltd went out of business last year.

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Judge sends strong message on tax offending

November 3, 2017 | By More
Judge sends strong message on tax offending

A judge has sent a powerful message about tax payment failures with a 25-month jail term for the director of two Christchurch companies that had been giving out accounting and tax advice.

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Companies’ $415,000 tax bills unpaid

November 8, 2016 | By More
Companies’ $415,000 tax bills unpaid

Two directors of the Christchurch firm Russley Engineering Ltd have been given home detention terms after admitting tax offences totalling $415,000.

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