Louth tax dodgers named and shamed by Revenue

Revenue publishes latest tax defaulters' list

Dundalk Democrat

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Dundalk Democrat

Louth tax dodgers named and shamed by Revenue

TAX dodgers in Co Louth have been named and shamed in the latest tax defaulters' list published by Revenue.

Nearly €200,000 was collected by Revenue from tax defaulters in Dundalk, mid and north Louth for this year's third quarter.The list was compiled in respect of the period beginning on July 1, 2017 and ending on September 30, 2017.

In part one of the list, PAYE employee Rizwan Ali with an address at 53 Broughton St, Dundalk was fined €2,500 for misuse of marked mineral oil.

Farrier/PAYE employee James Jennings with an address at 27 Millstream Apartments, Distillery Lane, Dundalk was fined €2,500 for misuse of marked mineral oil.

PAYE employee Charles McQuillan with an address at 14 Riverlane, Carlingford was fined €4,000 for misuse of marked mineral oil.

Meanwhile, salesman Pauric Watters from Balregan, Kilcurry, Dundalk was fined €2,500 for possession of counterfeit alcohol for sale.

Denise McArdle of Springhill Motors, Tallanstown, Dundalk was fined €2,500 for possession of an unregistered vehicle.

Brian McArdle, a PAYE employee at Springhill Motors, Tallanstown, Dundalk was fined €4,000 for obstruction of revenue officer.

In part two of the list, which relates to settlements, plant hire provider John Paul Lambe from Rossmakea, Knockbridge paid a total of €99,863.46 including tax, interest and penalties for under declaration of income tax and PAYE/PRSI/USC.

Farmer/landlord Kenneth Lambe from Rossmakea, Knockbridge paid a total of €43,671.83 for under declaration of income tax.

ProTech Maintenance Ltd with an address at 109 Muirhevna, Old Dublin Road, Dundalk paid a total of €37,396.30 for under declaration of VAT.