A barrister who failed to pay more than £600,000 in value added tax (VAT) that he instead spent on luxury homes has been convicted for tax fraud.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigators found that Rohan Pershad, 44, of London had failed to declare or pay £627,839 of VAT for 12 years. Pershad, who practices in London, instead spent the cash...
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