A company that provides phone repairs and sells hair products has made a tax settlement with Revenue of €1.236 million.
Seces International Trade Ltd, with an address at 5 Moore Street in Dublin 1, made the payment after it was investigated for under-declaration of corporation tax, VAT, PAYE, PRSI and USC.
The settlement, €1.03 million of which was still outstanding at the end of last year, was the largest of those on a list of tax defaulters covering the last three months of 2018 that was published by Revenue today.
The next biggest settlement was made by a haulage contractor, Transbound Limited, from Station House, Upton in Co Cork.
It agreed to pay €996,690 to Revenue following an investigation for the under-declaration of VAT.
It has so far paid €387,068 of what it owes in tax, interest and penalties to the tax collector.
Another haulage contractor, Emmet Garvey, with an address at Unit W6X, Ladytown Business Park in Naas Co Kildare, also made a settlement for €776,300.78 after he was investigated for under-declaring income tax, VAT and PAYE.
A midlands car dealership, which is now in liquidation, also owed Revenue €617,661 at the end of last year.
John Carroll Car Sales (Tullamore) Ltd, was billed for unpaid tax, interest and penalties arising from the under declaration of VAT, PAYE, PRSI and USC after it was audited by Revenue.
While a man described as a PAYE employee, Joseph Bergin, with an address at Castleheath, Swords Road in Malahide, Co Dublin, was also included on the list.
He owed Revenue €509,711 for non-declaration of capital gains tax, following an investigation into offshore assets.
Also on the list is presenter of the Ireland AM show on Virgin Media One, Mark Cagney, who paid €37,036.87 to Revenue for under declaration of income tax and VAT, following an audit.
Mr Cagney, with an address in Sutton Park in Dublin 13, told RTE News that the issue resulted from an accounting error, which when brought to his attention was settled immediately.
In total, 73 settlements worth a total of €12,718,967.69 are included on the list published today. 37 cases were for amounts exceeding €100,000 with five of those exceeding €500,000.
€5,398,219.44 of the total was unpaid by the end of December.
According to Revenue, settlements are published when the extensive voluntary disclosure options are not availed of and the default arises as a result of careless or deliberate behaviour.
A further six cases were published where a court had determined a penalty exceeding 15% of the total tax and the total of the tax, interest and penalty was more than €35,000 and a qualifying disclosure has not been made.
Collectively these tax and penalties totaled €325,293.15.
In 178 other cases, fines totaling €429,090 were imposed by the courts for other tax and duty offences.
These include failure to file a tax return, failure to deliver a statement of affairs, misuse of marked mineral oil and excise and licensing offences.