Revenue Sipp swoop in fraud investigation

Pow, Helen
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p1
The article reports on the arrest of eleven people in relation to a suspected £2.5-million tax relief fraud involving phony pension schemes in the North West and Midlands, England. Mike O'Grady, an assistant director criminal investigations in North West, noted that it is an unusual probe into what they considered as an organised attack on tax relief available on self-invested pension schemes. Linda Woodall, an FSA head, confirmed that financial firms involved are already monitored.


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