An accountant and taxation service provider has made a settlement with the Revenue Commissioners for under declaration of VAT and income tax.

Yaw Dankwa, Unit 4, Drogheda Business Park, Donore Road in Drogheda made a settlement for €38,359. 

His case is one of 100 on the latest Tax Defaulters List, which covers the last three months of 2013 and includes settlements worth a total of €13.77m. 

Also featured on the list is Carol Byrne, a clairvoyant with an address at Coolmaine in Oylegate, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, who made a settlement of €163,000 with Revenue for the under declaration of VAT and income tax. 

A business called The Addiction Training Institute of Ranelagh Court, Dublin 6, also made a settlement.

The firm, which provides psychology-related education and training, made a settlement for €256,000 for under declaration of PAYE/PRSI following an audit by the Revenue.  

Barry Murphy, a heating and plumbing contractor from Blackthorn Drive, Blackstone Bridge, Killeens, Co Cork made one of the biggest settlements on the list, for €991,864.

Mulleady Civil Engineering from Main Street in Drumlish, Co Longford settled with Revenue for €762,000 for under declaration of income tax and relevant contracts tax.

A motor dealer with an address at Monkswood in Tinnahinch, Enniskerry in Co Wicklow, trading as Fargo Leisure Ltd, made a settlement for €559,000 and roofer Robert Grace, from Orlagh Close in Scholarstown Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16 made a settlement for €536,000.

Nursing home owner Liam Holland, from Grangecon in Coolanana Valley, Carrigrohane, Co Cork settled for €550,000 with the Revenue for under declaration of income tax.

Meanwhile, Justin Parr and Jacinta Feely, owners of the Miss Fantasia adult shop on Dublin's South William Street, made a settlement of €57,840 for the under declaration of VAT, following a Revenue audit.