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04 Jul 2022

Who didn't pay their taxes? Photographer, farmers and publican appear on defaulters list

Who didn't pay their taxes? Photographer, farmers and publican appear on defaulters list

Revenue has reached settlements for €2.8 million for tax defaulters in the last three months of 2021, the latest Revenue tax defaulters list shows. 

There was a total of 23 settlements for the period October 1 to December 31 of 2021. 

The highest settlement was for Christopher Osborne a jewellery designer of 1 Glen Ellen Park, Swords, Dublin who was found to have under-declared income tax of €288,042. Interest on this came to €128,370 with penalties of €86,412.6 bringing the total to €502,824.60.

Photographer Kevin Abosch, with an address in New York, reached a settlement of €183,241.1, including interest and penalties after an audit case found an under declaration of tax of €104,188.52.

Irish Parachute Club Ltd, Clonbullogue, Co Offaly also reached a settlement. The total settlement amount was €113,446.47. It was for the under-declaration of PAYE, PRSI and USC. The amount was made up of €65,134.15 in unpaid tax, €28,772.07 in interest and €19,540.25 in fines. 

Also on the list was Sean O'Connor, a coach hire operator/farmer from Castlelawn, Kilbrittain, Bandon, Co Cork who reached a total settlement of €229,072.34, including interest and penalties, for under declaration of VAT for a figure of €149,623.13.

Another farmer, John Cunningham of Kilmacoliver, Tullahought, Piltown, Co Kilkenny reached a settlement of €49,676 including interest and penalties for under declaration of income tax of €31,274.

James Dempsey of Cadamstown, Birr reached a settlement for €59,704.36 for under declaration of €28,542 in VAT. 

See the full tax defaulters list here.

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