Former ATO deputy commissioner’s children Adam and Lauren and eight others have been charged over alleged scheme

The wife of former ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston allegedly received payments described as “wages” from a company allegedly involved in a tax fraud scheme.

Cranston’s children Adam and Lauren, and eight others, have been charged with offences relating to the alleged scheme, which police say involved diverting millions of dollars from Plutus Payroll intended for the tax office through a series of companies for personal gain.

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