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20 May 2022

Parachute club on Kildare-Offaly border gets "hard landing" with taxman's bill of €113,500

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Parachute club on Kildare-Offaly border gets "hard landing" with  taxman's bill of  €113,500

A skydiver at the Irish Parachute Club

The Irish Parachute Club in Clonbullogue made a settlement with the taxman totalling €113,446 - made up of  €65,134 in tax, along with interest and penalties of €28,772 and €19,540 respectively.

The settlement is among those in the Revenue-published the list of tax defaulters for the period  the period 1 October 2021 to 31 December 2021.

Separately, a Kildare farmer has made a settlement with Revenue  for nearly €84,000.

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James Fennell of Burtown House, Athy, owed €53,585.00 in tax and the remainder of the settlement was made of €14,305.00 in interest and penalties of €16,075.00.

The total number of settlements published is 23 while the total value of these settlements is €2.8m.

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