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December 7, 2009 New Zealand Taxation
A Coromandel woman has been sentenced to seven months home detention and 200 hours community service for tax charges.
Georgie Jensen was sentenced on December 3rd, in the Waihi District Court, after pleading to 13 counts of non-payment of PAYE. Graham Pomeroy, Inland Revenue Assurance Manager, commented on the offences, saying “Failure to meet PAYE obligations is a breach of trust between the director and the employees. But in Jensen’s case, it wasn’t just PAYE but also child support and student loan deductions”.
Georgia Jensen was the director, sole shareholder and an employee of NZ Rigging Services Limited, which she incorporated in 2007. In the period between March 2008 and May 2009, a total of NZ$74,016.69 of PAYE and other employee deductions was withheld from the IRD...Read More