Revenue narrowing search for employers who breached tax subsidy scheme
The tax authority is tracking down the final 95 employers after receiving settlements from another 1,600, worth €28.5 million
The Revenue is tracking down the final 95 employers in its investigation into the temporary wage subsidy scheme, after clawing back €28.5 million.
The first wage subsidy scheme between last March and July cost €2.8 billion for 678,000 workers, which accounted for one-third of the entire workforce.
The Revenue checked all 66,000 employers who took part in the scheme, but it quickly narrowed down its compliance investigation to around 1,900 employers.
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