Over 2,500 firms faced direct tax collection order

More than 2,500 Irish firms and individuals have been hit with attachment orders by the Revenue Commissioners so far this year, as the tax body redoubles its efforts.

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Ian Kehoe

1st September, 2012

More than 2,500 Irish firms and individuals have been hit with attachment orders by the Revenue Commissioners so far this year, as the tax authority scales up its efforts to secure unpaid taxes.

Revenue obtained 2,519 attachments in the first seven months of this year, according to figures provided by the authority. The number highlights the growing number of firms and businesses struggling to pay their tax bills.

Revenue uses attachment when it believes it is the...

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