Wexford takeaways make €2m tax settlements

Fast-food takeaways and chippers in Co Wexford have made tax settlements of more than €2 million following a covert operation into undeclared earnings in the sector.

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Ian Kehoe

30th September, 2006

Fast-food takeaways and chippers in Co Wexford have made tax settlements of more than €2 million following a covert operation into undeclared earnings in the sector.

The investigation by the Revenue Commissioners has proved so lucrative that it is being expanded to takeaway outlets throughout Leinster.

The Revenue has concluded investigations into more than 20 fast food outlets in Co Wexford since it launched the crackdown in late 2005.

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