Case details for Joachim Marthinus Fauche Burger

Name: Joachim Marthinus Fauche Burger

Name: SOMETHING SECURE LIMITED

Date of Birth: 4 / 11 / 1949

Date Order Starts: 7 / 5 / 2019

Disqualification Length: 4 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 04686575

Last Known Address: 5 Ashleigh Avenue, ,, , , , EGHAM, TW20 8LB

Conduct: Joachim Marthinus Fauche Burger (“Mr Burger”) caused Something Secure Ltd (“the company”) to submit inaccurate information to HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) between 22 May 2011 and 22 April 2015, causing the company to incur a total liability of £120,934 after Regulation 80 fines were charged in respect of unpaid PAYE taxes, in that;

  • HMRC initiated an investigation into the company and invited disclosure submissions from the company to be considered within that investigation
  • HMRC’s investigation and the disclosures submitted by the company recorded that the company had failed to disclose the entirety of it’s income, and that the undisclosed income was treated as additional untaxed salary for two employees
  • Fines charged on the unpaid PAYE taxes amounted to £27,661 in respect of the year to 05 April 2012, £30,096 to 05 April 2013, £23,336 to 05 April 2014, and £39,301 to 05 April 2015 

    This information is correct as at 18 / 4 / 2019


    Name: TONI DA COSTA

    Name: SOMETHING SECURE LIMITED

    Date of Birth: 28 / 5 / 1975

    Date Order Starts: 4 / 6 / 2019

    Disqualification Length: 3 Years 6 Month(s)

    CRO Number: 04686575

    Last Known Address: LAZY SUNDAY, , BURNT MILL LANE, , HARLOW, CM20 2QS

    Conduct: Toni Da Costa (“Ms Da Costa”) failed to ensure Something Secure Ltd (“the company”) submitted full and accurate information to HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) between 22 May 2011 and 22 April 2015, causing the company to incur a total liability of £120,934 after Regulation 80 fines were charged in respect of unpaid PAYE taxes, in that;

  • HMRC initiated an investigation into the company and invited disclosure submissions from the company to be considered within that investigation
  • HMRC’s investigation and the disclosures submitted by the company recorded that the company had failed to disclose the entirety of it’s income, and that the undisclosed income was treated as additional untaxed salary for two employees
  • Fines charged on the unpaid PAYE taxes amounted to £27,661 in respect of the year to 05 April 2012, £30,096 to 05 April 2013, £23,336 to 05 April 2014, and £39,301 to 05 April 2015 

    This information is correct as at 15 / 5 / 2019



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