Bus passengers opt for ‘saver’ tickets to combat rising fuel prices

Sales of Bus Eireann’s annual and monthly tax saver tickets have increased in the last four weeks, writes Nicola Cooke.

26th March, 2011

Sales of Bus Eireann’s annual and monthly tax saver tickets have increased in the last four weeks, writes Nicola Cooke.

The company believes this is a result of the increase in fuel prices and the effect of the income levy on people’s January pay packets.

The tickets allow taxpayers to reclaim up to 52 per cent of the cost as they are not subject to income tax, PRSI or the income...

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