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Dublin phonecard firm loses court case

A Dublin phonecard supplier has lost a crunch court case with British tax authorities over the tax treatment of cards supplied to customers in Britain.

11th February, 2006

A Dublin phonecard supplier has lost a crunch court case with British tax authorities over the tax treatment of cards supplied to customers in Britain.

The Court of Appeal in London ruled last month that customers of IDT Card Services Ireland, which is based in Mount Street, Dublin 2, should have accounted for Vat when buying prepaid phonecards for use in Britain.

The company, a subsidiary of American telecoms company IDT Corporation, which is quoted on...

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