Two tax agents, including a former mayor, have been sentenced for fraud following an investigation by the ATO.opcje binarne notowania
Former Ryde mayor Artin Etmekdjian was sentenced to seven months’ imprisonment for dishonestly attempting to influence a Commonwealth official, the corporate regulator said in a statement.opcje binarne tomasz kowalczuk
The 55-year-old was sentenced in the Sydney Downing Centre Local Court, after an investigation by the ATO found that the tax agent had backdated documents linked to the tax returns of a senior banker.opciones financieras y opciones reales
Etmekdjian will serve his sentence by way of an intensive correction order, which allows offenders to serve their sentence through community service work, supervised by a community corrections officer.binäre optionen 60 sekunden trend
Another tax agent was sentenced last week.صور مع كتابه
Salvatore Arcuri was found guilty of attempting to lodge two tax returns to his own name, and was sentenced to 18 months with a minimum non-parole of 12 months.binäre optionen vollautomatisch
Arcuri is currently in custody for state-related fraud offences, and his pre-dated tax fraud sentence will be served concurrently.
ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston said the corporate regulator will find and prosecute those who try to cheat the tax system.
“As tax agents, these people should have known better, and clearly understood that they were breaking the law. If you willingly try to cheat the tax system, we will make sure you face the consequences of your actions,” Mr Cranston said.
iq options ÃÂÃÂÃÂ ÃÂÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ¡ÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ¬ÃÂ ÃÂ¡Ã “You can’t hide from the ATO. We have sophisticated systems in place to detect this kind of activity and work closely with law enforcement partners to share data and investigate tax fraud and crime.