Revenue investigates hospital consultants’ fees

The Revenue Commissioners are investigating payments to hospital consultants for their private work, amid fears that some consultants are not declaring their private income for tax.

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Ian Kehoe

17th April, 2010

The Revenue Commissioners are investigating payments to hospital consultants for their private work, amid fears that some consultants are not declaring their private income for tax.

The Revenue is examining the area after discovering evidence that some medical consultants are not paying tax on certain earnings. The authority has already secured one conviction against a consultant, and more cases are likely to follow, according to reliable sources.

The tax authority has set up a special...

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