SINGAPORE - Tax offenders are getting more sophisticated in their scams to cheat the taxman, but investigators are up to the task.
Last year, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (Iras) found 10,726 non-compliant cases and recovered about $384 million in taxes and penalties, an increase from the 10,626 cases involving around $332 million in 2016.
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