Revenue gets help with clampdown

Irish tax officials are joining forces with their counterparts around the world in a bid to clamp down on tax evasion by Irish people in countries such as Liechtenstein.

15th August, 2009

Irish tax officials are joining forces with their counterparts around the world in a bid to clamp down on tax evasion by Irish people in countries such as Liechtenstein.

Early next month, officials from the Revenue Commissioners will take part in a global forum in Mexico which will discuss how 80 countries can co-operate in a crackdown on international tax evasion. They will discuss how to exchange financial information to cut down on tax fraud.

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