More time for completion of SSIA4 forms

The Revenue Commissioners have granted a stay of execution to the Special Savings Incentive Account (SSIA) holders who failed to return the legal declaration required when their accounts matured last week, saving them up to €4,500 in penalties.

3rd June, 2006

The Revenue Commissioners have granted a stay of execution to the Special Savings Incentive Account (SSIA) holders who failed to return the legal declaration required when their accounts matured last week, saving them up to €4,500 in penalties. The decision will give SSIA holders more time to complete and sign their SSIA4 forms, which confirm to Revenue that they complied with scheme rules.

Revenue told banks last week that it would not be necessary to...

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