Thursday February 20, 2020

Revenue in court drive on late payers

Judgments total €55 million for first half of the year.

25th August, 2012

The Revenue Commissioners are adopting a hardline stance towards errant taxpayers, securing record court judgments totalling €55 million in the first half of this year.

New figures also show that the tax authority has successfully pursued almost 900 cases in the civil courts, the majority of which are against sole traders and small businesses

The figures highlight the growing financial pressure being placed upon business owners and the self-employed, and come at a time when many...

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