Revenue name ex-Govt Press Secretary Frank Dunlop as tax defaulter

Revenue name ex-Govt Press Secretary Frank Dunlop as tax defaulter

The former Government Press Secretary Frank Dunlop has settled with Revenue for almost €430,000.

Mr Dunlop with an address in Rathbeggan in Dunboyne in County Meath is named on the revenue defaulters list for under declaration of income tax and vat as part of a revenue investigation case.

He owed over €192,000, was charged a further €179,000 in interest and €57,000 in penalties.

Former jockey and trainer Charlie Swan - from Cloughjordan in Tipperary - is also on the list.

Revenue name ex-Govt Press Secretary Frank Dunlop as tax defaulter

He paid €122,000 for the under declaration of income tax from a revenue offshore assets investigation.

In total, 108 taxpayers made settlements with Revenue in the three months to the end of June - amounting to €18.5m.

Of the 108 - three exceeded €1m and 8 exceeded €500,000.


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