A Cavan wholesaler has appeared on Revenue’s latest tax defaulters list for an unpaid bill of over €850,000.
He was one of eight local people who feature on the list for April, May and June.
Colm Rudden, of Bramble Rise, Killynebber in Cavan has one of the highest bills on the list.
The household goods and alcohol wholesaler owes over €852,000 in unpaid taxes, fines and penalties.
It relates to a Revenue investigation case into the under-declaration of Income Tax and VAT.
As of the end of June it was unpaid.
Retired PAYE employee Patrick Greenan, from Crosses, Milltown in Monaghan paid more than €553,000 for the non-declaration of Capital Gains Tax and Income Tax.
And Michael Ward, an agricultural contractor from Tullynahinera in Castleblayney was subject to a Revenue Audit Case for the under-declaration of PAYE, PRSI, USC and VAT.
He was billed €487,000 and as of June, €471,000 is outstanding.
A Lisreagh PAYE employee Seamus Kennedy was fined €63,000 for the under-declaration of Capital Gains Tax and Income Tax.
Castleblayney property developer Anthony Goodman was ordered to pay €125,000 by the Courts for not declaring Capital Gains Tax.
While Kevin Dempsey, a landlord from Killanny in Carrickmacross was fined €7,750 for six counts of failing to lodge VAT returns, €2,750 for two counts of failing to lodge Income Tax returns and €2,500 for two counts of failing to lodge P35 returns.
Raymond Daly of Daly’s Night and Day in Arva( €630.50), and Dermot McDermott from MacDiarmada in Ballinagh (€1,000) were fined for not holding a liquor licence.