A court has ordered a former Inland Revenue employee serving a four-year prison sentence to pay 114,245 over the next nine months.
Judge Charles Gibson made the confiscation order, at Inner London Crown Court, against 49-year old Errol Mark.
Mark was jailed in September 2004 after being found guilty of cheating the public revenue of more than 185,000.
The Revenue reported that Judge Gibson said: "Errol Mark was the inside man. He was aware of the internal processes and computer systems. None of the fraudulent claims could have succeeded without him. I deem his benefit of the total fraud as 60%."
Mark was ordered to pay this sum within the next nine months. Failure to pay will result in a further two years' prison sentence in addition to the four years already being served.
The Revenue added: "I...