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Standard Life will refund 5,500 customers after overcharge

Standard Life has written to thousands of its Irish customers to inform them that they are due a refund due to the incorrect application of the income levy.

7th November, 2009

Standard Life has written to thousands of its Irish customers to inform them that they are due a refund due to the incorrect application of the income levy.

Some 5,500 of the firm’s pension customers have received letters saying they will receive a refund as a result of the income levy being deducted from annuities which should have been exempt. A spokeswoman for the company said the average refund due to clients was €37, with...

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