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Revenue relaxes rules in downturn

The recession has brought out the softer side in the Revenue Commissioners, which is easing its criteria for dealing with taxpayers that are suffering from the downturn.

21st March, 2009

The recession has brought out the softer side in the Revenue Commissioners, which is easing its criteria for dealing with taxpayers that are suffering from the downturn.

While still demanding that all debts are paid in full, the tax authority has decided that certain ‘‘additional considerations’’ should apply in determining how Revenue officials respond to cash-strapped companies and individuals.

The new rules are contained in a Case Decision Escalation Framework (CDEF)...

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