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# Tax Dodging

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# dossier
Can the PAC interview a whistleblower who says former politicians dodged tax?
The Public Accounts Committee is to seek further legal advice.
# dossier
Secretary General on tax dossier: 'No effort would have been made to suppress information'
Enda Kenny addressed the latest claims in the Dáil this afternoon.
# Get smart fast
What's all this about a whistleblower, a dossier and some politicians dodging tax?
Everything you need to know about a whistleblower’s claims of tax dodging by some former prominent politicians.
# Social Networks
Revenue is NOT snooping on your Facebook page
But they are still tracking tax dodgers. Here’s how.
# Tax
Revenue using social networks to catch tax dodgers
If you’re not paying tax, probably best not to tweet about it.
Column: Our lack of willingness to promote transparency is damaging developing countries
Ireland cannot give with one hand to developing countries while facilitating tax avoidance at the same time, writes Morina O’Neill.
# Tax Havens
Tax dodging costs Europe €1 trillion a year say campaigners
The Irish government is part of the problem, campaigners say.
# Garlic Scam
Garlic scam convict Paul Begley out of prison on 'temporary release'
The 46-year-old will now participate in a community return scheme.
Column: Tax dodging hurts us all – but especially the poor
Tax breaks for the wealthy are a political choice – and it means the less well-off pay more, writes Sorley McCaughey.