Proper profit and sales adjustment for the hormone trader

The Northern Netherlands District Court ruled that X did not provide an adequate explanation for the amount deposited in his bank account. X claims in vain that he sold privately owned horses and provided loans to his partner in Central America.

X was arrested in 2013 with 5 kg of banned veterinary supplies. He has been convicted of importing and using false import documents. Makes available to the Investigator the captured management of the Public Prosecution Service X, who initiates the audit. During this investigation, the latter releases the (often) irreversible informational result of failure to comply with administrative duty. According to the inspector, X trades in banned hormone products and related products from China and profits and turnover are not justified. Various surcharges and additional VAT assessments for income tax related tax assessments, as well as a 25% negligence penalty for gross negligence are in dispute. There is no dispute that an income tax penalty should expire because it was not levied at the same time as the assessment.

The Northern Netherlands District Court ruled that X did not provide an adequate explanation for the amount deposited in his bank account. X claims in vain that he sold privately owned horses and provided loans to his partner in Central America. Corrections are based on reasonable estimates. The remaining penalties are appropriate and appropriate for themselves, but are reduced to 10% to accommodate the burden of approval and proof. For violating the reasonable deadline, the fine is further reduced to 9%. X’s appeals are only well established to that extent.

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General Law on State Taxes27

General State Tax Act 52a

General State Tax Act52

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