A Kildare motor dealer, a contractor, a haulier and a courier were among those on the latest list of Revenue Tax Defaulters, published today, covering the period October to December 2017.
Motor dealer County Motive Power Limited, trading as Capital Motors, with an address at 15 Hartwell Green, Kill, made the largest settlement in the county, for the under-declaration of VAT. They paid a total of €298,249, including over €87,000 in interest and penalties.
Carpentry contractor Bradfix Limited, of Shepherd’s Lodge, Nicholastown, Kilcullen, made a settlement of €158,893, for the under-declaration of VAT and PAYE/PRSI/USC.
Haulier Thomas Doran, of Portersize, Timolin, Moone, settled for a total of €41,111 for under-declaration of income tax and VAT.
Lisa Grufferty, of Southfield, Ballintubbert, Athy, a courier, was asked to pay a total of €168,387, including over €47,000 in penalties and interest for under-declaration of VAT. This amount was unpaid by Ms Grufferty as of December 31.
Dimitry Lagounov, with an address at 64 Willow Rise, Primrose Gate, Celbridge, a retailer and distributor of cosmetics, agreed a settlement of €35,266.59 for the under-declaration of VAT. This amount was unpaid to revenue as of December 31.
Stephen White of Hawthorn House, Old Carlow Road, Kilcullen, a financial advisor and mortgage broker trading as Kilcullen Financial Services, agreed a total settlement of €171,817 for the under-declaration of income tax. A sum of €161,817.45 remained unpaid as of December 31.
Horse trainer James Leavey, of Friarstown, Kildare town, was fined €1,250 by the courts for a failure to lodge income tax returns.
Also fined by the courts for misuse of marked mineral oil were David Buckley of 322 Castlemitchell South, Athy (€2,500 fine); Larry Connors of Inchaquire, Ballytore (€10,000 fine); and Ann Marie O’Donoghue of Riverside Stables, Pluckerstown, Kilmeague (€2,500).