Sinead O'Connor among 101 taxpayers hit with €17.44m tax bill

Singer Sinead O’Connor is one of 101 taxpayers who have been caught for the under declaration of tax.

The ‘Nothing compares to you’ musician has settled with the Revenue for €160,000.

Ms O’Connor, who has an address of Montebello, Strand Road, Bray, Co Wicklow owed €90,000 in tax.

Sinead O'Connor among 101 taxpayers hit with €17.44m tax bill

A total of 17.44m was collected by the Revenue in settlements.

Of the 101 cases gathered between April and June of this year, 42 contained amounts exceeding €100,000, with five exceeding €500,00 and two cases exceeded €1million.

Three of the settlements relate to investigations of Offshore Assets/Funds.

Sinead O'Connor among 101 taxpayers hit with €17.44m tax bill

James Farrell, of Oldcastle Road, Kells, Co Meath made the largest single settlement of €1.4m in relation to non-declaration of Capital Gains Tax & VAT.

Mr Farrell is a retired company director.

Details of published settlements completed by Revenue in the period 1 April 2016 to 30 June 2016.

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Details of published settlements completed by Revenue in the period 1 January 2016 to 31 March 2016.

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