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All posts tagged "Tax Evasion / avoidance"
Christchurch restaurateur Jonny Schwass admits $300,000 of tax offences
Christchurch restaurateur Jonny Schwass has admitted misapplying tax payments totalling more than $300,000 before his company went out of business last year. Jonathon Charles Schwass, 46, pleaded guilty to 21 charges in the Christchurch District Court and...
- Posted March 22, 2018
Director of scaffolding company facing tax-related charges
The director of a Taranaki scaffolding company that was put in liquidation six days before Christmas has pleaded guilty in court to 28 tax-related charges. Glenn Maraenui Peri appeared before Judge Chris Sygrove at the New Plymouth...
- Posted March 7, 2018
Failed recycling boss guilty of $385k tax rort
A former Ferrari-driving recycling boss whose taxpayer-funded companies collapsed causing more than $10m in losses has pleaded guilty to ripping off the taxman. In barely audible pleas yesterday at the Auckland District Court Joseph Capizzi admitted to...
- Posted January 16, 2018
Christchurch building company boss gets 14 months jail for tax evasion
A building company boss has been jailed for 14 months for misappropriating nearly $370,000 in tax deductions from employees' wages. Director John Edward Clancy, 52, was sentenced on Tuesday in Christchurch District Court on 12 tax evasion...
- Posted November 1, 2017
All Blacks’ bodyguard Jayson Ryan faces $225,000 tax bill
A former All Blacks' security guard has had to sell his home after ripping the taxpayer off by more than $300,000. Jayson Samuel Ryan, 45, will spend nine months on home detention at a property in north...
- Posted September 24, 2017
Jail time for Tauranga mum guilty of elaborate tax fraud
A Tauranga mum who created an elaborate scheme to falsely claim nearly $3 million in tax refunds and credits faces three years and seven months behind bars. Karina Charmaine Knedler, 31, was sentenced in Tauranga District Court...
- Posted September 2, 2017
Waikato restaurateurs punished for $230,000 tax fraud
A couple who systematically defrauded the IRD over five years to the tune of more than $230,000 have been sentenced to home detention and community work. Flagstaff residents Hong Sog Kim, 47, and Hyun Joo Chung, 50...
- Posted April 10, 2017
Auckland businessman jailed for tax evasion
An Auckland businessman in the building sector has been sentenced to 19 months in prison for failing to pay nearly $400,000 in GST, income tax, and withholding tax. Clive Stephen William Bench was convicted of 78 tax...
- Posted January 25, 2017
Auckland Chinese restaurant owner jailed for evading $800,000 tax
The owner of an Auckland Chinese restaurant serving sharkfin dishes has been sentenced to jail for evading nearly $800,000 in tax. Restaurateur Zai Jian Liang, who runs Tasty Zone Restaurant in East Tamaki, filed 113 incorrect tax...
- Posted August 19, 2016
Court hears tax evaders now bankrupt
A husband and wife serving home detention on charges of avoiding more than $200,000 in taxes had earlier been declared bankrupt, owing the Inland Revenue Department more than $750,000. Carol Karl, 51, and Andrew Karl, 43, were...
- Posted January 22, 2016
Tax evaders living the high life
Couple who admitted cheating IRD out of nearly $1m in GST still have millions in assets. A couple convicted of fleecing almost $1 million from the taxpayer between them by not paying GST are still living a...
- Posted December 5, 2015
Million-dollar tax fraud lands Taranaki couple behind bars
Inland Revenue says there will be no review of the procedures which let a couple facing a tax investigation sell up their assets and shift their money out of the country. New Plymouth couple Jianbin Wang and...
- Posted November 27, 2015
Tax offending couple both jailed
A Taranaki couple at the centre of a million-dollar tax fraud have both been jailed. Jianbin Wang and his wife Fenglan Liu appeared for sentencing in the New Plymouth District Court this morning. Wang, who had pleaded...
- Posted November 26, 2015
Accountant removed from register over misconduct
A Wellington bookkeeper who failed to pay tax when it was due and operated his practice while it was insolvent has been removed as a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. Two other accountants...
- Posted November 19, 2015
Security company boss ‘wiped out’, sentenced for tax fraud
A businessman who splashed out on luxury cars, apartments and entertainment has been sentenced to eight months' home detention for a $1 million tax fraud. Paul Cornel Coffey, 52, appeared before Judge Bruce Davidson in the Wellington...
- Posted November 18, 2015