Confronted With The Facts
Robert Smith of Wigan and Stephen Howarth from Hyde proved quite difficult to deal with as even after being confronted with the facts they continued to deny the matter. OnTax Accountant In Dunfermline has revealed that taxpayers with offshore accounts are told that they have a period of leniency and both of these men them used it to the fullest as they continued to lie about the fraud even after being confronted with it.
OnTax Accountant In Dunfermline has become aware that Robert Smith did confess to one of the accounts but continued to refute about the other 11 accounts. The IT Company offered their services to the motor trade with most of their clients being from Germany.
To Him Who Calls For The Tax, Pay The Tax!
OnTax Accountant In Dunfermline believes that the fact that they continued to hide all information about their accounts and the fraud they had committed may have led to a bigger punishment but if they had come clean and disclosed all the details the authorities might have shown some leniency.
OnTax Accountant In Dunfermline is of the opinion that it appears that these two guys were quite foolish in the way they went about their work. This matter should not affect those IT Contractors who use the offshore umbrella approach. Some of the schemes used in the Isle of Man are totally legal but others are clearly not. Pretending money earned is one thing, when in fact it is another (and taxable) is never a good way to avoid tax.