Sinead O'Connor settles tax bill with Revenue for €160,000

The singer's name appeared on the latest tax defaulters list

Sinead O'Connor settles tax bill with Revenue for €160,000

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Sinead O'Connor has settled a €160,000 bill with the Revenue Commissioners.

The singer's name appeared on the tax defaulters list for underdeclaring tax.

The list for the period of April to June covered 101 cases settled for €17.44m.

Among the highest bills were €1.4m for a retired company director from Meath, and €1.1m for an aircraft painting company based in Dublin.

There were nine cases where the tax, the interest due on that tax and the penalty determined exceeded €30,000.

Of the 101 published cases, 42 were for amounts exceeding €100,000, of which eight exceeded €500,000, and two exceeded €1m.

Three of the settlements published, yielding €1.37m, relate to Revenue's investigation into offshore assets/funds.

A total of 1,734 Revenue audit and investigations were settled in the period.