Revenue extends probe to builders abroad

The Revenue Commissioners has opened an investigation into the tax tactics of self-employed Irish contractors operating abroad, as part of an expansion of its €100 million contractors probe.

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Ian Kehoe

13th July, 2014

The Revenue Commissioners has opened an investigation into the tax tactics of self-employed Irish contractors operating abroad, as part of an expansion of its €100 million contractors probe.

The tax authority has made the move after uncovering evidence that many contractors were providing services to companies outside the jurisdiction, but not declaring the income for tax in Ireland.

The examination of contractors operating abroad is a new strand to an ongoing project, and is expected...

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