Revenue officials said they were looking into using third-party data such as matching Local Property Tax details with income and payment records to detect non-compliance

The Revenue is stepping up efforts to tackle tax evasion by high-earning professionals, as part of a clampdown on the so-called shadow economy. Amon(...)

Companies whose loans are sold on to non-bank purchasers may not know they are liable for withholding tax.

Small Irish firms whose loans have been sold to foreign “vulture funds” may face millions of euro in tax charges and penalties from Revenue. This co(...)

In the three-month period under review, 107 taxpayers paid settlements totalling €16.67 million

A Connemara-based hotelier has made a settlement of €2.3 million for the under declaration of income tax and VAT, the latest defaulters list reveals.(...)

An array of illegal branded cigarettes and tobacco seized in the State in the past week. Photograph: Revenue

A total of more than 9.5 million cigarettes have been seized as part of intelligence-led operations in the State in the last week. Revenue officers (...)

The “Wilson” and “Shahara” cigarettes were described on the manifest as “black tea”

As a result of an intelligence-led operation on Tuesday evening, Revenue officers seized 4.1 million cigarettes with a retail value of more than €2.1 (...)

To date work with a value of some €468 million – or more than €5 million a week – has been entered onto the system. The estimated tax relief due to homeowners under the scheme is about €32 million.

Tax authorities are to begin identifying builders who have not signed up for the home renovation tax incentive scheme as part of a crackdown on work (...)

The peer-to-peer holiday rental site contacted users over the weekend telling them it had supplied Revenue with details of income generated by users in the Republic going back to May 1st, 2014. Photograph: Bloomberg

The taxman has gently reminded more than 4,500 Irish people who rent out properties or bedrooms through the Airbnb website that now would be as good a(...)

From left: Former Anglo officials Aoife Maguire, Tiarnan O’Mahony and Bernard Daly.

Three former Anglo Irish Bank officials will be sentenced today after being found guilty of hiding accounts from Revenue more than 10 years ago. The(...)

Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard motorists caught by gardaí without VRT had their cars seized and would have to meet with then-Revenue official John  Kelly  to pay a fine and get their car back. Kelly would then keep the fines himself.  File photograph: Joe St Leger/The Irish Times

A Revenue official who stole nearly €20,000 from the State over the course of a year by pocketing motoring fines has been given a suspended sentence. (...)

 Money Village chief executive Eugene McDarby. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Efforts by the Revenue to force indebted people pay VAT on advice to get themselves out of financial trouble have been rejected. In what has been desc(...)