In the first three months of the year more than €115 million o was recouped by Revenue in taxes, interest and penalties, of which in excess of €105,000 was in Kildare.
The list of tax defaulters for the first quarter quarter includes a case of oil laundering where a court imposed a sentence of nine months in prison - suspended for 2 years.
In Kildare, Revenue notes taxes, fines and penalties of €106,372.95 on advertising/web designer Synapton Limited of 7 College Farm Park, Newbridge arising from a Revenue Audit Case/ Under-declaration of Corporation Tax.
Taxes, fines and penalties of €249,292.22 are noted with respect to ground-works provide, Joseph Taaffee, of Mylerstown, Robertstown, arising from Revenue Audit Case/ Under-declaration of Income Tax and VAT.
Landlord, John Walsh, of 296 Ryevale Lawns, Leixlip, is included with respect to taxes, fines and penalties of €56,383.00, ariving from a Revenue Audit Case/Under-declaration of Capital Gains Tax.
Nationally, there were also 43 cases of the misuse of marked mineral oil where court fines of between 2,500 and 10,000 euro were imposed.
And 34 cases of excise and licensing offences including smuggling tobacco or alcohol products, the illegal selling of cigarettes and the failure to hold a current liquor licence.
24 of the cases published today were for amounts exceeding 100,000 euro and one exceeded a million.