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Returned emigrants could be due a tax refund

Irish people who spent time in Australia are losing out on millions of euro by failing to claim tax refunds, according to a tax firm.

23rd June, 2012

Irish people who spent time in Australia are losing out on millions of euro by failing to claim tax refunds, according to a tax firm.

Taxback.com, which specialises in tax return services, said thousands of Irish people could be due an average windfall of more than €4,000.

According to Taxback, Irish people who spent time in Australia should consider whether they are entitled to part of the estimated €100 million refund pot before the...

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