Execution Notice – Brampton Transportation Service Business Owner Convicted of Tax Evasion
BRAMPTON, ON, July 20, 2021 / CNW / – The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that the July 19, 2021, Dasonda Singh Khakh from Brampton, Ontario, was sentenced to Ontario Court of justice Brampton to a suspended sentence of two years less a day and a fine of $ 108,562. At June 7, 2019, Khakh pleaded guilty to making false or misleading statements in three counts of Goods and Services Tax / Harmonized Sales Tax (GST / HST) fraud under the Excise Tax Act.
Khakh was the director and sole shareholder of 947321 Ontario Inc., operating as HJT Logistics, an American transportation services company. Khakh filed three GST / HST returns, claiming refunds related to the fictitious purchase of seven commercial trucks. Khakh submitted forged vehicle purchase contracts, copies of bank drafts and checks in support of his claim. In filing his fraudulent statements, Khakh claimed a total of $ 108,526 in input tax credits to which he was not entitled.
All information specific to the above case was obtained from court records.
Tax evasion is a crime. The falsification of records and claims, willful non-reporting of income, or inflated expenses can result in criminal charges, prosecutions, jail time and a criminal record. As with any criminal investigation by law enforcement agencies, CRA criminal investigations into tax evasion are complex and often take years. Learn more about the criminal investigation process.
The CRA remains committed to upholding the integrity of from Canada fiscal, as well as the social and economic well-being of Canadians in these unprecedented times. The CRA continues to aggressively pursue tax evasion and misrepresentation with all the tools at its disposal. The CRA continually strives to ensure that individuals and businesses report earned income, eligible losses and the benefits to which they are entitled, so that important benefit programs can be administered to those in need. . As a result of COVID-19, we are seeing the increased importance of these benefits and are working to ensure they continue to be available to Canadians. Any person or business that underreports their income, or claims losses or benefits to which they are not entitled, including ineligible claims for COVID-19 benefits, may have to reimburse benefit amounts and may make the claim. subject to other possible measures.
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SOURCE Canada Revenue Agency
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