Only six of 13,000 tax exiles paid special levy in 2012

The number of wealthy tax exiles paying the domicile levy has collapsed, with just six non-resident individuals making a payment for the 2012 tax year.

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Ian Kehoe

24th November, 2013

By Ian Kehoe, Business Editor

The number of wealthy tax exiles paying the domicile levy has collapsed, with just six non-resident individuals making a payment for the 2012 tax year.

New figures show that just €1 million was raised last year from the levy, which was introduced in 2010 as a mechanism for extracting more cash from high-net-worth tax exiles.

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