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Tax expert warns builders to get their house in order

Accountancy firm's 8 tips to stay off Revenue's radar

12th April, 2016
Under the microscope... Pic: Getty

Revenue has formally announced a new campaign which would see professions such as bricklayers and roofers hit with serious penalties if found to be in breach of tax rules.

TaxAssist accountant Greg Murphy said: "The Revenue Commissioners have warned operators in the construction sector to expect additional queries and audits.

"This has even included unannounced visits to construction sites. They are looking in particular at the...

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