While disaster prevention measures by companies and government agencies are progressing, the president of a company in Chiba City, which was increasing sales of special antennas used for satellite communications in the event of a disaster, is suspected of tax evasion of about 32 million yen including corporate tax in Tokyo. I was accused by the National Taxation Bureau.
The accusations were made by the telecommunications construction company "Seiro Telecommunications" in Hanamigawa-ku, Chiba, and the president of this company, Shoji Takahashi (73).
According to the people concerned, this company is the sole agent of antennas manufactured by an American manufacturer that can be mounted on cars and perform satellite communications in the event of a disaster, and is a company that promotes disaster prevention measures in the midst of a series of disasters in Japan. And increased the amount of sales to government offices.
However, President Takahashi is suspected of pretending to be low in income by pretending to buy parts that were not originally purchased from a domestic company and recording fictitious expenses.
The Inspection Department of the Tokyo National Tax Bureau has filed a complaint with the Chiba District Public Prosecutors Office, saying that it hid about 133 million yen in income and tax evaded about 32 million yen including corporate tax in the three years until September.
President Takahashi commented to NHK's interview, "There is no difference in opinion, and I have already filed an amendment. I am very sorry that I obeyed the instructions of the management consultant who was consulting on tax saving measures without thinking deeply." I am.Keywords: