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Taxman targets lawyers, dentists, accountants in swoop on professions

PLUS: 2,500 people disclosed offshore assets of €74m ahead of deadline

16th July, 2017

The Irish tax authority is advancing plans to extend its successful investigation into medical consultants to other groups of professionals, as it seeks to unravel whether other professionals have been using corporate structures to shield money from the taxman.

A confidential Revenue briefing shows the authority is monitoring other groups of professionals amid concerns they may be utilising similar structures to those used by hundreds of medical consultants.

Tax officials are believed to be looking...

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