TaxPersonal TaxTaxman turns up the heat on Gordon Ramsay

Taxman turns up the heat on Gordon Ramsay

HM Revenue and Customs applied for winding-up petitions on four of Ramsay's eateries

Gordon Ramsay has barely survived a roasting from the taxman at the High
Court.

HM Revenue and Customs applied for winding-up petitions for four of Ramsay’s
eateries, two of which were thrown out.

The judge earlier dismissed two of the petitions, against The Narrow in
Limehouse and The Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, because debts had already been paid,
The
Belfast Telegraph
reported.

However he still must stump up cash to keep the other two trading.

Ramsay was gifted a two-week reprieve to pay debts on his Plane Food airport
restaurant while he waited for a cheque to clear and 63 days on his Maze
restaurant in Mayfair.

Further reading:

KPMG
‘told me I was ****ed’ admits chef Ramsay

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