PALMA, 19 Ene. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Second Section of the Provincial Court is holding the trial this Friday against a man who faces a sentence of six years in prison and a fine of more than half a million euros for defrauding Social Security through companies he ran.
The man is accused of a crime against Social Security for the contributions not paid between the years 2014 and 2018 and of two crimes of document falsification since, according to the indictment, he made other companies believe that he was aware of the payments. .
According to this document, the man was the sole administrator and partner of a business group that since 2015 continued to carry out its activity knowing of the debts it had with Social Security.
The companies did not comply with the obligation to present contribution documents or related information, consequently generating a debt with the General Treasury of Social Security of close to 300,000 euros.