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German tax review will have implications for Irish buyers

Reports from Germany suggest that Angela Merkel’s new government is likely to introduce a blanket capital gains tax (CGT) rate of 20 per cent, a move which will have implications for Irish property investors.

21st January, 2006

Reports from Germany suggest that Angela Merkel’s new government is likely to introduce a blanket capital gains tax (CGT) rate of 20 per cent, a move which will have implications for Irish property investors.

While no official announcement has been made, it is understood that the government has agreed in principle to the introduction of the tax. The changes could be particularly significant for any Irish buyers who based their likely return on investment...

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