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Former Melbourne accountant Immanuel Shmuel has been sentenced to three years’ jail for tax fraud by the County Court.
He was convicted of attempting to obtain a financial advantage of more than $390,000 by amending his business activity statements to reduce his existing debt and receive a refund.
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