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Sáenz de Buruaga, Jorge Javier Vázquez, Nuria Roca and Wyoming, other presenters ' hunted ' by the Treasury

Hacienda narrowed the siege in 2012 on the societies of artists and athletes

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Sáenz de Buruaga, Jorge Javier Vázquez, Nuria Roca and Wyoming, other presenters ' hunted ' by the Treasury

The tax agency launched from 2012, when Spain was on brink of bankruptcy, a campaign to investigate artists, actors, athletes and TV presenters who used companies to declare ir income. It did not change law or criterion but it narrowed fence on se by noticing abuse of companies interposed by se taxpayers. Since n, hundreds of commentators and television professionals have fallen into Hacienda networks. Many decided to negotiate with Treasury and paid amounts claimed. Ors chose to appeal. These cases are those that can be found in dozens of public sentences in Judicial power database. So he hunted Treasury to former Minister of culture, Màxim Huerta, who resigned this Wednesday after knowing that he defrauded almost 250,000 euros when using an interposed company to pay 25% instead of 50% would have to have paid if he had taxed for income tax.

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interposed Companies

Veteran TV presenter Ernesto Sáenz de Buruaga is one of se taxpayers who have seen how Treasury forced him to legalize his fiscal situation. Buruaga billed through his company Blue Notebook communication "for direction and presentation of television programs and activities of publicity and audiovisual advising". Hacienda opened an inspection for income tax returns of 2009 and 2010: It entered as remuneration of its company something more than 327,400 euros, when it had billed for its services more than one million euros. Hacienda believes that this retribution was not made at market price and refore obliged presenter to pay about 100,000 euros.

José Miguel Monzón, known as Great Wyoming, also saw m with Treasury. Your company several issues and questions had to pay more than 140,000 euros for not successfully liquidating so-called "linked transactions". Nuria Roca, with its Tospelat society, also faced Treasury, which asked for almost 325,000 euros. Jorge Javier Vázquez, Carlos Herrera and Antonio Lobato have also had ir troubles with Hacienda on account of ir companies.

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