Changshu Police in Jiangsu Province cracked the case of falsely issuing Special VAT invoices
Xinhua News Agency, Nanjing, 15 Nov (Reporter Zhu Guoliang)-- it was bought at the rate of 6% of the ticket value and sold at the rate of 8% to 9%. The Public Security Bureau of Changshu City, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, recently cracked the case of a very large series of false VAT invoices. The accumulated amount of false opening exceeds 200 million yuan.
According to the information disclosed by the Changshu Public Security Bureau, Yang Mou, the main suspect in the case, is the legal representative and person in charge of the actual operation of a metal material sales co., Ltd. Yang has been involved in the steel trade for many years and has accumulated a large number of networking resources. Yang, who was originally in serious business, often heard old customers say that the company lacked input invoices, and he happened to have a way to buy them, so he came up with the idea of making a profit by falsely issuing invoices, and gradually made the false invoices into the "main business" of the company.
Tian Jinxin, leader of the fourth squadron of the economic investigation brigade of the Changshu Public Security Bureau, said that after preliminary investigation, Yang mainly bought the incoming invoice from the upper family at a lower rate, and then sold the sales invoice at a higher rate in order to earn the middle price difference. When Yang buys an input invoice, the rate is generally about 6% of the face value of the ticket, while the rate charged for a false invoice is generally 8% to 9% of the face value of the ticket. These invoices are true invoices that can be used to deduct taxes.
This is the first tax-related cluster battle case detected by Suzhou public security since the Ministry of Public Security organized the campaign to crack down on tax-related crimes. According to the information provided by the Changshu Municipal Public Security Bureau, after a preliminary investigation, in this case, Yang bought and falsely issued invoices totaling more than 200 million yuan, involving hundreds of enterprises in eight provinces and cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Hubei, and Guangdong. At present, more than 20 have been verified, resulting in a preliminary estimate of the loss of national tax revenue of more than 10 million yuan.
According to Tian Jinxin, the clue to the case came from the local tax department in Changshu. Yang, the main suspect, once shut down all means of communication in an attempt to evade the attack, but the public security still found the downstream ticketing enterprises by comparing their capital exchanges, and gradually mastered the criminal facts of Yang. At present, 10 suspects, including Yang, have been arrested, all of whom have been taken criminal coercive measures, and the rest of the enterprises involved are still under further investigation.