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Coronation Street legend Beverley Callard investigated by HMRC over £100,000 tax bill

Coronation Street legend Beverley Callard is currently under investigation after her acting firm failed to settle a £100,000 tax bill.

Her acting company, of which she is a director, went into voluntary liquidation last year owing HMRC £101,554 in outstanding tax and VAT. Beverley and husband Jon McEwan have also failed to repay £114,000 in director's loans they took out from the company, called JMBJ Limited.

Administrators have started an investigation into the business, including looking into the couple's failure to repay the loans, reports the Mirror.

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They have also investigated her failure to repay the tax debts. Liquidators confirmed in new documents that the directors have not paid back any of the loans or the tax bills.

They said: "We carried out an initial review of the company's affairs, including seeking information and explanations from the directors by means of questionnaires, making enquiries of the company's accountants, examining company bank statements and other records.

"This initial assessment revealed matters that the liquidators considered merited further investigation in relation to the director's loans. As a result, the liquidators have undertaken further reviews. They are making enquiries with the directors in relation to the outstanding balance owed.

"Insufficient funds have been realised to allow a distribution to creditors at this stage. Due to the ongoing investigations, it is currently uncertain whether there will be sufficient funds for a distribution to creditors."

A statement released by Beverley Callard’s spokeswoman on her behalf said: “Many of these details are incorrect but due to

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