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Revenue inquiry into tax-yield shortfall

The Revenue Commissioners are inquiring into the reasons behind the surprise shortfall in the income-tax yield in the first half of the year.

24th September, 2005

The Revenue Commissioners are inquiring into the reasons behind the surprise shortfall in the income-tax yield in the first half of the year.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that the management advisory committee of the Revenue last July asked senior officials to prepare discussion papers about the possible reasons behind the shortfall.

The officials are believed to have considered a number of possible reasons. One possibility was that highly-paid industrial jobs are being replaced...

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