The IRS investigation team conducted a house search in the capital of Stoðir (former FL-Group) in Síðumúli today. The office has been investigating the company for a while and it was decided earlier today to go to the capital of the company and collect data.
The house search was done to confirm the suspicion of the IRS about alleged tax infraction that might have been in the practice of the company. According to the information that the Morgunblaðið has, the IRS investigations team has the book keeping data from the years 2005 to 2007.
Bryndís Kristjánsdóttir, IRS investigators manager, applies to the bound to secrecy act in tax laws when asked about the house search. “We have never said if the case is being investigated or not,” says Bryndís and does not want to confirm this news article.
(News Article by noname)
Original Article in Icelandic