Receiver appointed to (Mick) Wallace properties


#101

Updated my link above. The ones you added were the last.


#102

i presume he does’nt fill out his own tax returns. So did his accountant(s) knowingly assist in filling out a false VAT declaration…I have’nt heard this angle being explored yet. And what about the auditors
yet another shoddy performance me thinks from our financial professionals


#103

The accountants wouldn’t be required to check the Vat3 figures - so if he simply provided the T1 and T2 figures and then signed the return there is no issue.

Again the auditors audited to 31/08/08 - this is alleged to have occured in 2009 so no issue. However it should prob be investigated to ensure there are no instances of same falling within the period they audited.


#104

Agreed deserves flogging,
Funny how the media are now all over it just before MW heads for euros. BD


#105

Ah, Mick, Mick Mick … the Irish Che Guevara-wannabe has broken the hearts of the people of the south-east. My cynical - and, as it turns out, absolutely correct - brother warned me that Mick came from a hardcore FF family culture and that no good would come of this election business. But I guess everyone wanted to believe that things could only get better.


#106

Quick aside - can you find out the number of staff in CRO documentation? Your number matches CashIQ and this (from another free companies info site, register for access):
duedil.com/company/IE030568/ … financials - I always wondered where Duedil got that figure.

Anyway, back to Mick Wallace - the Indo reports on prosecution status:

So Revenue and Wallace “settling” seems to mean that the parties agreed how much was due, then Wallace may opt to pay nothing, and Revenue foregoes any further recourse.

Is there logic to Revenue’s decision to leave it at that?

Yep, according to the Irish Times, he does indeed have a place in Italy:

I think he also has a house at the Merrion Road end of Shrewsbury Park, the one with the crane in the garden.


#107

When I was going to school the phase “making a settlement” meant paying what you owed.

Now it seems you can “make a settlement” and not hand over a cent.


#108

They will probably get around to looking at it in 2030


#109

Really?

I’m no fan of the man but he always came across as quite anti-FF in any uinterviews I’ve heard

Btw I’m from a hardcore FF family and have never voted for them. Smelled the bullshit from a VERY early age


#110

what about all the bars and restaurants - wallace calcio ltd?


#111

Wallace’s company’s last accounts filed were in 2008. How’s that?


#112

rte.ie/news/player.html#prog … ime%20Time


#113

Yes Wallace Calcio, five wine bars and a cafe from the Register of Interest (April 6 2012).

I’m not sure the company owns the properties though:


#114

Listening to Joe Duffy now. Mad stuff.

I don’t think he should resign. Obviously he’s in the wrong, has broken the law etc, but isn’t he - seriously - necessary if our dail is to be truly representative?


#115

This post is acid enough to melt iron.


#116

Surely the tax-evading classes are over-represented in the Dáil ?


#117

Completely !

I feel like the poor cart horse in Animal Farm, flogging my guts out & then looking in the window at the pigs with their noses in the trough who then come out & spout on about five year plans :sick:


#118

good discussion on AAM about this…they have suggested that the 2008 company accounts were falsified and there was probably no intention to pay back/fix the VAT fraud. So there could be something here for the boys in blue to look into…eventually


#119

He stopped just short of saying that the money was only resting in his account.

In Micks’ head
Mick “Here’s a bit extra lads for the years when i was given the VAT but decided not to pass it on to you…”

Revenue “sound”

Mick “How about the football?”


#120

Turns out Wallace is all kinds of nasty