Rev­enue pub­lish lat­est list of tax de­fault­ers

The Corkman - - NEWS - BILL BROWNE

PUBLICANS from Charleville and Rath­cor­mac and a restau­ra­teur and eth­nic food sup­plier, both based in Ballincol­lig, have been in­cluded on the lat­est list of tax de­fault­ers re­leased this week by the Rev­enue Ser­vice.

Theirs were among 61 set­tle­ments pub­lished for the three-month pe­riod from Jan­uary 1 to March 31 of this year, with a com­bined to­tal of €9,425,562.92.

Ed­mond O’Leary, a pub­li­can trad­ing as O’Leary’s Bar, Main St, Charleville made a set­tle­ment to­talling €66,255.31 in re­la­tion to the un­der-dec­la­ra­tion of in­come tax and VAT aris­ing out of a Rev­enue au­dit case.

The set­tle­ment con­sisted of €34,382.01 in tax and com­bined in­ter­est and penal­ties of €31,873.20.

The listed set­tle­ment for Rath­cor­mac Tav­erns Ltd (now in liq­ui­da­tion), of Main Street, Rath­cor­mac came to a to­tal of €50,181.85 fol­low­ing a rev­enue au­dit case into the un­der-dec­la­ra­tion of PAYE, PRSI, USC and VAT. It con­sisted of €36,262 in tax and €13,919.85 in in­ter­est and penal­ties. The set­tle­ment re­mained un­paid at March 31.

Zuby Foods Lim­ited, an eth­nic food­stuff sup­plier with an ad­dress at The Mead­ows, West Vil­lage, Ballincol­lig made a set­tle­ment in re­la­tion to the un­der-dec­la­ra­tion of PAYE, PRSI, USC and VAT. The €63,329.29 to­tal con­sisted of €42,233.93 in tax and €21,095.36 in in­ter­est and penal­ties.

Asian Hawk­ers Chilli Padi & Co Ltd (now in liq­ui­da­tion) trad­ing as Chili Padi with an ad­dress at the West End Shop­ping Cen­tre in Ballincol­lig was also in­cluded on the list in re­la­tion to the un­der-dec­la­ra­tion PAYE, PRSI, USC and VAT. The set­tle­ment, which re­mained un­paid as of March 31, con­sisted of €17,318 in tax and €20,238.21 in in­ter­est and penal­ties.

Of the 61 cases pub­lished, 24 were for amounts ex­ceed­ing €100,000, one of which topped the €1 mil­lion mark.

Set­tle­ments to­talling €4,227,263.50 re­mained un­paid at the end of March and which Rev­enue said it would “vig­or­ously pur­sue” these, it con­ceded that in some cases, (such as com­pany liq­ui­da­tion) this may prove not pos­si­ble.

The Rev­enue also pub­lished the names of five peo­ple from north and mid- Cork pros­e­cuted for fail­ing to lodge in­come tax re­turn(s).

Ro­nan Con­lan, a painter/dec­o­ra­tor from Aherla; Peter Duffy, a bak­ery/con­fec­tionery from Wood­field Sta­tion Blar­ney; Liam O’Leary, a farmer from Farthingville, Dromina were each fined €1,250 on a sin­gle charge. Wil­liam Neville, a builder with an ad­dress at Droum­ree, Mac­room, was fined €5,000 in re­la­tion to four charges.

Mean­while, Wayne McCarthy of Strawhall, Fer­moy, whose oc­cu­pa­tion was listed as car sales, was pros­e­cuted on charges of fail­ure to keep/ re­tain proper books and records and de­liv­er­ing in­cor­rect in­come tax re­turn(s), with one-year sus­pended sen­tences im­posed on each charge.

Also in­cluded on the list was Linda O’Don­nell of Bri­dle Hill, Charleville, who was fined €2,500 for the mis­use of marked min­eral oil.

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