Former President Hidetoshi Tanaka of Nihon University, who was arrested on suspicion of tax evasion and denied giving and receiving cash, told the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office that he said, "I know my wife received a large amount of cash. I was aware of the need for tax filing. "
The Special Investigation Department is expected to investigate the process of cash transfer and tax filing in more detail.
Hidetoshi Tanaka (75), the former president of Nihon University, was the former president of a medical corporation in Osaka, Masami Himoto (61), who was charged with the case of tax evasion, and Tadao Inokuchi (61), who was a director of Nihon University. 64) He was arrested by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office on suspicion of tax evasion of 53 million yen three years ago and last year, hiding his income of about 120 million yen including rebates received from others.
Former President Tanaka denied that he had received cash until now in response to the investigation by the Special Investigation Department, but in response to a recent investigation, "My wife has received a large amount of cash addressed to me from former directors Inoguchi and others. I heard from my wife that I knew that. I knew that I needed to declare the cash I received. "
In addition, the former president said that in 2015, the National Taxation Bureau pointed out an omission of about 70 million yen and filed an amendment, so he said, "I left the management of property to my wife, but my wife was guilty. If you are asked, I want to take responsibility. "
My wife is sick and hospitalized, and cannot hear the situation.
The Special Investigation Department is expected to investigate the process of cash transfer and tax filing in more detail.Keywords: