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Revealed: the Revenue's anti-avoidance hitlist

The Revenue Commissioners are investigating a string of transactions where Irish assets have been transferred into clandestine offshore companies to avoid tax, many of which centre on property deals.

29th December, 2013

The Revenue Commissioners are investigating a string of transactions where Irish assets have been transferred into clandestine offshore companies to avoid tax, many of which centre on property deals.

Revenue briefing notes also reveal that the tax authority is probing attempts by individuals to lower the Vat liability imposed on property deals through the use of foreign companies. The investigations are being led by the Revenue's Large Cases division and its national anti-avoidance network.

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