Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint could get a tax refund of more than £1 million (Rs 9 crore, approximately) this year, if his suit against Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is successful, The Guardian reported. The 27-year-old is currently locked in a dispute with the government over the taxes he filed for his work on the wildly popular franchise. He earned a total of £24 million for his role as Ron Weasley in the eight films.

According the the HMRC, Grint had chosen April 5, 2010, as the date of filing his taxes, weeks before the then Labour government had introduced a 50% tax bracket for the super rich. The government had questioned whether this might be a case of tax evasion.

Grint’s lawyers, who quoted the £1 million figure, said he had paid all his taxes, and that this was just an accounting dispute. According to the report by the English daily, Grint testified that he had asked his father to handle his taxes as his own knowledge on the subject was “quite limited”. The hearing will conclude on Wednesday.