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State zooms in on motor tax fraud

The government is planning a crackdown on motor tax fraud, with evidence emerging that a growing number of car owners are abusing the system, writes Ian Kehoe.

29th May, 2010

The move is designed to tackle what the government believes is an increasing number of motorists who are claiming their vehicles are off the road to avoid paying tax. Tough new laws aimed at targeting fraud are to be introduced shortly as part of an overall review of the motor tax system.

The Minister for Environment, John Gormley, said that heads of a bill will be brought to government as soon as possible.

Gormley said...

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