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Indian businessman in Scotland pays $726,000 for evading tax

The issue came to light in March 2021 when police found that Singh's bank accounts received large cash deposits through the same Post Office over several weeks.

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An Indian-origin businessman in Scotland has agreed to pay US $726,000 as settlement after he was caught evading taxes following a civil investigation by the Civil Recovery Unit (CRU) and His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Goljar Singh, 44, based in the East Lothian region of Scotland will additionally pay US$ 1,210,220  which was recovered by the authorities from his bank account.

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