Builders and retailers caught in €1.5bn Revenue crackdown
The tax authority conducted more than 16,230 audits over the past three years as well as quizzing thousands more taxpayers on their affairs through less invasive interventions such as interviews
Builders and retailers were among the main groups caught up in a crackdown by Revenue which has recouped an additional €1.5 billion for the taxpayer since 2016.
The tax authority conducted more than 16,230 audits over the past three years as well as quizzing thousands more taxpayers on their affairs through less invasive interventions such as interviews.
Revenue’s actions yielded extra millions in tax, penalties and interest for the state from a wide array of industries....
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