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* County Roscommon had the highest rate of convictions [for tax offences], where the number of cases per 100,000 of population was 671.
* Almost ten times higher than the lowest in Kilkenny, where the rate was just 68 per 100,000.
* The construction sector had more than double the offenders of any other sector, and accounted for over a third of all the convictions.
* Farmers accounted for the biggest number of tax convictions. They made up 10.4% of the Revenue list, followed by company directors (4.7%), builders (3.5%) and building contractors (3.2%).
Some of the results [more at link below] of an RTÉ Investigations Unit analysis using 13 years of official Revenue figures of “recorded convictions in the period 2002 to 2014 for certain types of tax offences”.