A Christchurch business owner who lost $895,014 at casinos has now admitted tax evasion charges totalling $900,000.
Tax charges totalling nearly $250,000 have now been laid against a Christchurch businessman who was remanded last week on dishonesty charges.
A property deal in Java is all that stands between a Christchurch GST fraudster and a jail term.
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.
Suppression has lapsed on the name of Christchurch businessman Hayden George Jones who has admitted tax offences totalling $402,441.
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.
Tax totalling $191,344 was left unpaid after four companies set up by a man with four aliases went into liquidation in 2016.
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.
A businessman who admitted 44 charges is now bankrupt and cannot pay any of the $1.5 million of unpaid tax.
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.