Friday October 30, 2020

Revenue launches new checks on tax exiles

The Revenue Commissioners have launched a series of checks on visits home by tax exiles who can only stay in the Republic for 183 days a year.

11th June, 2005

The Revenue Commissioners have launched a series of checks on visits home by tax exiles who can only stay in the Republic for 183 days a year.

Revenue officials are now monitoring flights by private jets into Dublin Airport for the first time. The move follows revelations about the scarcity of records held at the airport on Irish multimillionaires who are tax-resident abroad.

The Sunday Business Post reported last year that flight records at the private...

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