Revenue targets 10,000 single-premium policy holders in probe

The Revenue Commissioners have identified 10,000 holders of single-premium life insurance policies who have failed to come forward or make complete disclosure in relation to its probe into the policies.

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Ian Kehoe

2nd June, 2007

The Revenue Commissioners have identified 10,000 holders of single-premium life insurance policies who have failed to come forward or make complete disclosure in relation to its probe into the policies.

The tax authority has spent the past year trawling through confidential documents and records obtained from insurance companies. It has now identified at least 10,000 individuals who will receive a letter from the Revenue in the coming weeks asking them to make further disclosures and settlements.

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