specialist doctors working in public hospitals
Is not that a global problem ? Do you think Poles invented it ?
ADAMS, 61 years of age, previously admitted
to making fraudulent claims for health care
proceeds and to willfully attempting to evade taxes. In addition to the prison sentence, ADAMS
must forfeit $3,724,721 to the federal government
and make restitution in the amount of $3,136,293
to the various healthcare providers that he defrauded, including Medicare and Medicaid
The latest campaign was launched in December 2010 and has uncovered a series of complex schemes used by medical professional including use of off-shore accounts and payments made by insurance companies.
It comes as Treasury figures show that £13.1 million has been clawed back from more than 2,000 medical staff since the HMRC launched its crackdown.
One doctor has paid back more than £1 million while one dentist has repaid more than £300,000, it was reported.
telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/consumertips/t ax/9348282/More-than-1000-doctors-and-dentists-targeted-by-HMRC-o ver-tax-evasion.html
Here is the full text saved on my PC about the EU big scale bribery example going in millions of Euro not some few Polish zlotys :
Among ordinary citizens, one of the most enduring images of the EU is that of the 'gravy train' - MEPs and bureaucrats in Brussels determined to get their hands on as many taxpayer-funded perks as possible. Given the EU's continuing popularity crisis, you would think that the various EU institutions would be all over this issue like a rash.