Ronald Magee was jailed at the Old Bailey by His Honour Judge Grigson, who said:'The word must go out that those convicted of defrauding the Revenue will go to prison.'
At a hearing on 3 November Magee pleaded guilty to 14 counts of theft in connection with selling subcontractor 715 vouchers issued to him by the Inland Revenue. He had illegally sold these on for personal gain.
He also pleaded guilty to one charge of cheating the Revenue which related to the submission of a false income tax return.
The tax lost to the public is estimated at £500,000.
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