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Firms fined over NI and tax return breaches

Day of reckoning at magistrates court

Fifteen Island businesses have been fined a total of £3,480 for failing to make National Insurance contributions on time.

The companies were sentenced at Douglas Magistrates Court (24 Feb) for breaches of their obligation to make Class 1 NI payments. 

They include one firm which was fined £600 for six offences.

All were ordered to pay £125 costs.

Failure to submit a company income tax form has cost a company officer £550, while another must pay £500 for failing to submit a contractor's return form at the correct time.

Six Manx residents who missed the deadline for submitting their personal income tax return forms have been fined a total of £1,690 and had costs awarded against them.

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