Niall Cody

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Public Accounts Committee chairman Seán Fleming said the State was missing out on significant additional resources because of the amount of tax that remained under appeal. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan

Three large corporation tax bills, worth more than €100 million each, have yet to be collected by Revenue because of a backlog of appeals at the Tax A(...)

Revenue says that more than half of employers that have uploaded their list of employees have less than five employees

Some 78,000 employers, who still have not uploaded their staff details to the Revenue’s new digital payroll system, have been given additional time. (...)

Niall Cody, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners. “There will be times that we arrive in the front gate and someone will go out the back”

Just under half of unpaid tax could not be collected because it was under appeal, according to the Revenue Commissioners, an Oireachtas committee was (...)

Revenue investigations: the organisation is using “extensive information” available under new international data-sharing arrangements. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Revenue collected almost €500 million following tax audits and moves to ensure tax compliance in 2017 and is pushing ahead with a major investigation (...)

 Revenue chairman Niall Cody: “A real challenge for Ireland is that 80%   of all imports and exports come either to or from Ireland through Britain”

The mountains of paperwork that go with monthly and quarterly tax returns will soon be done away with under the Revenue’s plan to fully digitise PAYE (...)

Revenue Commissioners chairman Niall Cody: “We have no alternative but to use our enforcement powers to secure payment.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Efforts by the Revenue Commissioners to tackle failures to comply with tax law yielded €492 million for the exchequer in 2017, a year that saw 24 crim(...)

Then tanáiste Joan Burton is confronted by anti-water charge demonstrators in Jobstown in 2014. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

It is ridiculous to suggest that the prosecution of the Jobstown protesters was a political conspiracy. There is a much more obvious explanation for w(...)

Under changes introduced in the latest Finance Bill, Revenue now has the power to name and shame those who have failed to discharge an outstanding liability within an agreed time limit.

Tax defaulters who fail to pay up following an agreed settlement with Revenue will be identified in a new-look defaulters list to be published on Tue(...)

Thanks to the common market and the free trade area, when we purchase books on Amazon.co.uk or jeans from Topshop.co.uk the only additional costs we face are those related to getting the goods delivered. Photograph: Getty Images

We love online shopping in Ireland; it’s delivered to our door, is often cheaper, and can be ordered from the comfort of your couch or desk. A Paypal (...)

A total of 825 cases have been initiated as part of the investigation into medical consultants. Photograph: iStock

The Revenue Commissioners has collected €61 million in taxes, penalties and interest as part of its ongoing investigation into the financial affairs o(...)

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