Friday February 21, 2020

Patricia Quinn disputes €1.6m tax bill

In a statement of affairs filed this week, recently bankrupted Patricia Quinn lists among her assets €200 in cash and approximately €315 in a local Ulster Bank account in Ballyconnell, Co Cavan, writes Francesca Comyn

10th November, 2017
The Quinns at a rally in 2012 Pic: Rollingnews

A disputed €1.6 million tax bill is among the debts allegedly owed by the recently bankrupted wife of the former billionaire tycoon Sean Quinn.

The 64-year-old self proclaimed homemaker was declared bust by the High Court last month at the behest of the former Anglo Irish Bank, over a €3 million secured debt.

In a statement of affairs filed this week, Quinn lists among her assets €200 in cash and approximately €315 in a local...

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