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VRT relief can save returning emigrants thousands of euro

Anyone planning on moving to Ireland in the next 12 months can save thousands of euro by not paying vehicle registration tax (VRT).

17th December, 2005

Anyone planning on moving to Ireland in the next 12 months can save thousands of euro by not paying vehicle registration tax (VRT).

For example, VRT is charged at a rate of 30 per cent of the Irish market value for a two-litre car - a large saving if you can avoid paying it.

If you buy a new Mercedes E220 with a 2.2 litre engine with a market price in Ireland of €65,350, you can potentially...

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