In the case where former president Hidetoshi Tanaka of Nihon University was arrested on suspicion of tax evasion, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office hid his income of 118 million yen three years ago and last year and tax evaded 52 million yen. I filed a complaint with the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office on suspicion of violating the Income Tax Act.

Hidetoshi Tanaka (75), the former president of Nihon University, is the former president of the Osaka medical corporation, Masami Himoto (61), who was charged with the case of his back office, and Tadao Inoguchi (64), who was a director of Nihon University. I was arrested by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office last month on suspicion of tax evasion of income such as rebates received from) and others without filing a tax declaration.



The Inspection Department of the Tokyo National Tax Bureau was investigating with the Special Investigation Department by searching for related parties such as the home of former President Tanaka, but former President Tanaka was about 118 million in the two years three years ago and last year. On the 17th, he filed a complaint with the Special Investigation Department on suspicion of violating the Income Tax Act, alleging that he hid the income of the yen and evaded tax of about 52 million yen.



According to the people concerned, former President Tanaka denied giving and receiving cash when he was arrested, but according to the investigation by the Special Investigation Department so far, "My wife is a large amount of cash addressed to me from former director Inoguchi and others. I knew from my wife that I had received the cash. I knew that I needed to declare the cash I received. "



The Special Investigation Department is investigating the details of cash transfer and tax filing toward the detention deadline on the 20th of this month.

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