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​The Refund Cheat

Online Exclusives ​Art Stewart Aug 15, 2019

A scheming university student siphons tax refunds from several large corporations.

​The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that a university student who fraudulently obtained more than CA$41 million in tax refunds should have been sentenced to 36 months' jail time, rather than the original 13 month-sentence he received, the Toronto Sun reports. Nonetheless, the court decided to spare the individual any further jail time, stating that it could not justify additional punishment

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​Art Stewart

Art Stewart is an independent management consultant with more than 35 years of experience in internal audit, financial management, performance measurement, governance, and strategic policy planning.​​​