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Christchurch professional man admits $402,000 tax offences - 18th Jun 2018

Christchurch professional man admits $402,000 tax offences

A Christchurch professional has 10 days to tell his clients about his tax offences totalling $402,000 before his name suppression lapses.

The man has had interim suppression as the case went to trial, and defence counsel Jonathan Eaton QC asked for the order to be continued for another 10 days, to allow the man to contact clients about his convictions. Some of them are out of New Zealand.

Inland Revenue senior prosecutor Paul Saunders said the charges related to seven companies that had gone into liquidation. The man was a director and joint shareholder of each of the companies, along with another person, either in his own name or through a family trust.

The companies ran businesses around Christchurch between December 2010 and June 2014.

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