Companies House records show how former Celtic stars invested in film schemes linked to tax dodge

Companies House records show how former Celtic stars invested in film schemes linked to tax dodge
 

HERE is the documentary evidence linking a host of former Celtic stars to a £434million tax dodge.
As well as former players, ex-manager Martin O’Neill also participated in the tax avoidance schemes based around the film industry.
Records from Companies House show Celtic’s former finance director Eric Riley and current chief executive Peter Lawwell also benefited.
A Daily Record investigation today revealed how they invested in a number of controversial film partnerships set up by London firm Ingenious.
HM Revenue and Customs have branded the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) schemes as... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 58
Source: Daily Record
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