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Revenue to continue its flat-rate expenses review despite backlash

25th November, 2018

The Revenue is continuing with a wide-ranging review of the flat-rate expenses regime, despite a backlash against proposed changes to the system.

As first revealed by The Sunday Business Post last weekend, more than 80,000 workers will lose out on tax breaks worth up to €750 each year as Revenue plans to cut flat-rate relief for a number of different industries. This number could be significantly more, with every flat-rate relief currently being examined by...

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