Former president of medical equipment sales company arrested on suspicion of tax evasion Fictitious advertising expenses recorded or October 21, 15:02
A former president of a medical equipment sales company in Tokyo helped tax evasion by hiding the company's income of more than 130 million yen and tax evasion of 32 million yen by recording fictitious advertising expenses. He was arrested by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office along with three company officers.
Four people were arrested, including Takaaki Kodama (65), a former president of Kodama Medical, a medical equipment sales company in Toshima Ward, Tokyo.
According to the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office, former president Kodama hid the company's income of more than 130 million yen and evaded tax of 32 million yen by recording fictitious advertising expenses in the three years until the end of the year. There is a suspicion of violating the Corporate Tax Law.
Kiyoshi Kaneko (63), a company officer who was both arrested, is suspected of helping tax evasion by temporarily transferring fictitious advertising expenses from Kodama Medical to an account in the name of his company. That is.
The Special Investigation Department and the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau Inspection Department are expected to clarify the flow of funds by analyzing the materials seized in the search for the company.
The special investigation department has not disclosed the approval or disapproval of the four people, including former president Kodama.