Chip shops facing threat from taxman

Chip shops throughout the country could soon be served with hefty tax bills, as the Revenue Commissioners prepare to crack down on undeclared earnings in the sector.

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Ian Kehoe

29th October, 2005

Chip shops throughout the country could soon be served with hefty tax bills, as the Revenue Commissioners prepare to crack down on undeclared earnings in the sector.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that Revenue is conducting audits on a large number of fast-food and takeaway outlets in the south east of the country.

The audits began in the past couple of weeks, with particular emphasis on Wexford.

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