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Lentil As Anything founder suspected of serious misconduct says leaked report – The Age

Forensic accountants have questioned the methods of a man who founded and ran a social enterprise that for two decades has fed the needy and pioneered a popular…



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The RSM report also drew attention to a $26,000 state government grant for solar panels which was used as general revenue with the panels later funded through a chattel mortgage. Mr Fernando admitted the funds were inadvertently used to pay staff wages, but said the panels were later financed for the exact cost.
A friend of Mr Fernando was also listed in accounts as being engaged as a grade three cook and receiving $21,663 in wages. However, a whistleblower alleged the man did not work at Lentil…

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