Eight Wexford settlements in tax default list

A CONSTRUCTION firm from Duncormick made the largest settlement in Wexford with Revenue in the first three months of the year, the latest Tax Defaulters list, published last week, has shown.

Construction contractors, Bradcrow Construction Ltd., of Rea House, Killag, Duncormick, settled for €197,105 in a Revenue Audit Case, involving the under-declaration of relevant contracts tax, PAYE/PRSI, and VAT. This included €92,062 in tax owed, €67,021 interest, and €38,022 penalties.

David Tutty Ltd, (in liquidation), of Main Street, Coolgreany, which operated as a Quad and Machinery Sale and Service Agent, settled for €144,904. This included €85,000 tax, €42,904 interest, and €17,000 penalties, for the under-declaration of VAT.

Scaffolder Rory Kilkenny, of Nash, Dunmain, settled for €99,550. This total was arrived at in the under-declaration of Income Tax and VAT Revenue Audit case, where he owed €49,347 in tax, €13,193 in interest, and €37,010 in penalties.

Dry-lining Contractor John Lawlor of Ballinakill, Courtown, settled for €83,203 in an under-declaration of Income Tax, Capital Gaines Tax and VAT case. This involved 446,542 in tax; €17,182 in tax; and €19,479 in penalties.

In Blackwater, The Blackwater Millrace Ltd., publicans in liquidation with an address at Main Street, settled for €71,756. This included €44,842 tax, €13,462 interest, and €13,452 penalties for under-declaration of VAT and Corporation Tax.

Sean Kinsella, a service station operator from Killeens settled for €66,334, in an under-declaration of VAT case. This included €47,683 in tax; €4,346 in interest; and €14,305 in penalties.

Amusement Service Provider Brian Williams of Glencar, Coolree, settled for €50,959 in an under-declaration of income tax and VAT case. The tax owed amounted to €33,803; €7,015 interest; and €10,141 penalties.

Ciaran Mooney, a Company Director and Landlord from Knockreigh, Adamstown, settled for €47,342. This included €34,903 in tax owed; €2,920 interest; and €9,159 in penalties in an under-declaration of income tax case.

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