Newcastle delivery man avoids jail after admitting £42,000 tax fraud

Newcastle delivery man avoids jail after admitting £42,000 tax fraud
 

A delivery man who admitted VAT fraud of more than £40,000 has avoided jail after a judge said his five children “should not be punished for his dishonesty”.
Michael Quinn, of Aldwick Road, Scotswood , attempted to avoid a £42,500 VAT bill by falsely claiming that key bank statements had been left in a stolen van.
The 40-year-old was paid more than £680,000 to deliver newspapers and magazines to retailers across the North East.
But his business wasn’t registered for tax, and for nine years, Quinn failed to pass his clients’ VAT payments to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Quinn pleaded guilty... read more

 
2 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 40
Source: Sunday Sun
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