Two Hamilton brothers have been sent to prison for significant tax and charities fraud.
Five members of one family have been sentenced to prison and home detention or ordered to pay reparations after a $2.3 million tax evasion case brought by Inland Revenue.
Working with customers to get their tax right is IR’s preferred approach. However, when all other avenues fail, we consider taking prosecution action.
A Manawatu woman has been jailed for keeping her employees PAYE and ignoring her own tax advice.
A South Auckland woman was sentenced to 11 months home detention and ordered to repay more than $60,000 to Inland Revenue after falsely claiming GST and income tax refunds.
The recent court case between Inland Revenue and Mercury NZ Ltd is only the second time New Zealand courts have analysed the modern depreciation regime, introduced in 1993.
A former commercial diver has been sentenced to 3 years in prison after falsely claiming more than a million dollars in GST refunds.
Inland Revenue plays a critical role in improving the economic and social wellbeing of New Zealanders.
A Christchurch businessman who lost just over $895,000 gambling has been sentenced to three years imprisonment after pleading guilty to tax evasion charges.
Inland Revenue collects more than $70 billion in revenue each year – money which goes towards our hospitals, schools and society in general.