A carer in Dublin has topped the latest Revenue Tax Defaulters' list, with a tax bill of more than €1m.

Michelle Forde, with an address in Raheny in north Dublin, was found to owe €375,346 in undeclared capital acquisitions tax and income tax following an investigation by Revenue.

A further €431,506 was owed in interest, with Revenue adding €281,513 to that in penalties.

That brought the total owed by Ms Forde to more than €1.08m - all of which remained unpaid by the end of March.

The case was one of 35 settled by Revenue in the first three months of the year, which had a combined value of €6.02m.

More than half of that amount remained unpaid by the end of March, according to Revenue.

The second largest case during the first three months of the year related to TLC Homecare and Healthcare Ltd in Limerick, which is now in liquidation.

A Revenue audit found it had under-declared VAT to the tune of almost €383,000. That had accrued interest of more than €138,000, with penalties of €114,878 added to bring the total owed to €635,880.

The full amount also remained outstanding by the end of March.

In total, 16 of the settlements in the period were worth more than €100,000.

Revenue's Tax Defaulters List also includes six cases where a penalty was imposed by the courts, which were worth a combined €850,088.

Meanwhile there were 137 cases involving a court-imposed fine, imprisonment or other penalty, worth a combined €324,890.

Revenue said that it settled 675 audits and investigations, along with a further 20,762 Risk Management Interventions, resulting in a yield of €107m in tax, interest and penalties.