Goals Soccer Centres, which operates 46 branches nationwide, including one at Bridge of Dee, announced on March 8 that it was investigating accounting errors going back “several years”.
Police have arrested and charged five people as part of a probe into alleged money laundering and VAT fraud worth £12 million.
Five-a-side football pitch firm Goals Soccer Centres has said it has uncovered “substantial” VAT accounting errors estimated so far at around £12 million.
Scotland’s emergency services have been “needlessly deprived” of resources by the UK Government’s refusal to refund VAT charges, it has been claimed.
The Government will waive VAT on the X Factor winner’s single and donate the money to charity for the eighth year in a row, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
An Aberdeen MSP has appealed for firms removing combustible cladding from their buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to receive a VAT exemption for the work.
VAT collected on The X Factor winner’s song will go to charity for the seventh year in succession, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
An Aberdeen pharmacist jailed for 20 months over a VAT fraud has been ordered to pay back £432,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
A former bodyguard has been warned prison is almost "inevitable" after he was found guilty of VAT fraud worth more than £419,000.