A number of local businesses and individuals were named on the Revenue Commissioners’ latest defaulters’ list, which was released yesterday.
The biggest settlement was made by KTCO Property and Management Services Ltd of Unit 1A Riverside House, Main Street, Dunleer, Co Louth, who made a settlement of €62,670.50 for Underdeclaration of Corporate Tax following a Revenue Audit Case.
Meanwhile, Mark Grills Plant Hire of Ballynamoney, Carlingford was fined €10,000 for failure to lodge corporation tax returns.
Eksewhere, farmer Norman Bell from Drumcar, Dunleer, Co Louth, recycler Adrian Boyle of Mullacrew, Louth Village, Co Louth, safety consultant Colm Howley of 22 Woodbury Gardens, Dundalk, beauty salon owner Lynda McKenna of Curraghbeg, Ardee, motor repairs man Paul McManus of 11 Grange Close, Muirhevnamor, Dundalk, angling supplies man Michael McShane of 6 Philip Street, Dundalk and publisher Rachel Hanna of 18 Castle Road, Dundalk were all fined €1,250 for failure to lodge income tax returns.
There was also individual fines of €2,500 each for security systems consultant James Donnelly of 67 Oakland Park, Cox’s Demesne, Dundalk, Peter Sheridan of Rathlust, Ardee, Co Louth, Rolandas Zenkovas of Ban House, Mansfieldstown, Castlebellingham, Co Louth and company director Ciaran Morgan of Ardaghy, Omeath for the misuse of marked mineral oil.
Meanwhile, fuel retailer Bernard Kirk of Tatebane, Dundalk Upper, Co Louth, was fined €2,500 for failure to hold a current mineral oil licence.
Sub-contractor Declan Moran of 1 Railway Cottages, Lordship, Dundalk, Co Louth was also fined €2,500 for possession of an unregistered vehicle and an additional €2,500 for failure to keep vehicle stationary.
Gavin Murphy of 13 Mullach Alainn in Omeath was also fined €2,500 for failing to comply with the requests of an officer.
Finally, Ardee Leisure Ltd of 10 Heathergate Court, Stoney Lane, Ardee, Co Louth were fined €1,300 for two counts of failing to display a gaming machine licence.