County Armagh couple jailed for VAT fraud

A farmer and his wife have been jailed for their role in a £610,000.00 VAT fraud After a HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigation into their County Armagh beef cattle farm. Joseph Cassidy, 50, of Killyfaddy Road, Tassagh was a VAT registered beef farmer from...
The true cost of data

The true cost of data

Data has always been useful, but in an analogue world it was expensive to gather. In a digital world, it is infinitely easier to collect, combine and then mine with AI. Google, Facebook and other social companies have become a dominant oligopoly by collecting...
Reasons for Setting Up a Trust in Malta

Reasons for Setting Up a Trust in Malta

In 2004, the Trust and Trustees Act was implemented as the first written law regulating domestic trusts in Malta. Prior to this, however, the notion of a trust was still present in Malta. Defining a Malta Trust Trusts under Malta law are comprehensively defined to...

Ferrari driving father and son sentenced for horse box fraud

A father and son who ran businesses that bought and sold horse boxes have been sentenced after an investigation into a £1.5 million VAT fraud. Geoffrey Butchers, 71, of Daventry, Northamptonshire, failed to declare any sales for his Horseboxseller business between...