TaxPersonal TaxBoxer in fight with taxman

Boxer in fight with taxman

Former world champion owing £83,000

Scott
Harrison
, the former world boxing featherweight champion, has been granted a
ten-week continuation in his tax battle with
HM Revenue and Customs.

According to reports, Harrison could be declared bankrupt if he does not
settle a tax bill of more than £83,000.

Harrison has been given the time after the Court of Session heard he was
intending to sell property to raise the money. He owns homes in Glasgow and
Spain.

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