Broadcaster Mark Cagney and actor Danny O'Carroll have both been named on the latest tax defaulters list.
They are among 73 individuals who have made settlements totalling more than €12m.
The largest settlement was made by a mobile phone repair shop in Moore Street in Dublin which paid more than €1.2m following a Revenue investigation.
A charity shop in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, is also listed after making a payment of more than €104,000 for under-declaration of PAYE/PRSI and USC.
There are 24 cases in which the settlement was not fully paid as of December 31, 2018. The amount unpaid as of that date is €5,398,219.44.
Mr Cagney, who presents on Virgin Media Television, paid just over €37,000 in tax interest and penalties for under-declaration of tax and VAT.
Five of today's settlements are for more than half a million euro, these include the Mrs Brown's Boys actor Danny O'Carroll who handed over more than €125,000 after an audit.
In all, Revenue imposed €429,090 worth of fines in 178 cases, 34 involving the misuse of marked oil, 114 involving failure to file a tax return and one case of obstructing of a Revenue officer.
Revenue carried out 1,120 audits and investigations In the three months up to December 31, 2018, which together with the settlement of 22,515 Risk Management Interventions yielded €1.3bn in tax, interest, and penalties.