Seven people in Galway made settlements with the Revenue Commissioners in the first quarter of the year, amounting to more than €646,000, according to the latest list of defaulters published this week.
The highest settlement in Galway was made by a farmer and publican in Tuam, amounting to €165,754.
The seven Galway settlements were among 112 settlements throughout the country during the first three months of the year, netting Revenue some €23.25 million.
The Galway settlements are listed below.
•Fabio Barolozzi. Cloan, Stradbally North, Clarinbridge. Medical consultant.Tax €65,059, Interest €12,190, Penalties €19,517. Total €96,766. Underdeclaration of income tax and PAYE/PRSI. Revenue audit case.
•Vincent McGagh, Liskeavy, Tuam/Farmer/publican.Tax €89,329.Interest €52,062.Penalties €24,363.Total €165,754. Underdeclaration of capital gains tax. Revenue audit case.
•Tom Moran, Carranthomas, Craughwell. Landscape gardener. Tax €44,652, Interest €10,038, Penalties €31,085, Total €85,775.Underdeclaration of VAT and income tax. Revenue audit case.
•John O’Rourke, Derreen Upper, Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe. Plasterer. Tax €28,011, Interest €11,535, Penalties €8,403, Total €47,949.Underdeclaration of VAT. Revenue audit case.
•Brendan O’Toole, 20 Henry Street, Galway.Courier Tax €65,339, Interest €9,086, Penalties €19,601, Total €94,026.Underdeclaration of income tax and VAT. Revenue audit case.
•Marie Anne Smith, Truskey West, Barna.
Employee. Tax €30,000. Interest €58,162, Penalties €6,000, Total €94,162. Underdeclaration of capital acquisitions tax. Revenue Audit Case.