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Tipperary Revenue Defaulter Published

Revenue Commissioners

Mr Padraig O’Shea with an address at Borrisoleigh, Thurles, Co Tipperary, made a settlement of over €705,619.00 with the Revenue Commissioners, arising from the under-declaration of income tax, according to the latest list of tax defaulters published (Quarter 2, 2012) by Irish Revenue this afternoon.

Mr O’Shea’s profession is listed as a manager/operator of a private school in Borrisoleigh, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.

Revenue declare that Mr O’Shea had been found to have under-declared income tax in a revenue deposit interest case and that the total tax bill was for €346,059, plus €100,016 in interest and plus €259,544 in penalties.

In total there were 106 cases published nationally, totalling €19.8m for the three months to June 2012. Of these cases, 43 were for amounts exceeding €100,000, 11 exceeded €500,000 and three exceeded €1m.

Mr O’Shea hit the news headlines earlier this year, when he remained unrepentant following a Children’s Ombudsman investigation and report which ruled that his private school had discriminated against a pregnant 16-year-old teenager. The unnamed teenager claimed she had applied for a place at St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh, during her pregnancy in 2009 and again after giving birth in 2010, but was refused admission on both occasions.


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