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I see the gov have made the €1000 the GR get tax free today.

How nice of them.....
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(24-10-2013, 05:04 PM)HarryPotter Wrote: I see the gov have made the €1000 the GR get tax free today.

How nice of them.....


Indeed, however it is just a little bit more hot air good news bull s**t IMO as depending on when allowence requests have been submitted over the last 7 odd years, and indeed depending on who you speak to either in Revenue or in Payroll the allowence was always tax free.

If you were self employed, then tax credits had to be put aside for the allowence in the past. I have been told however by several members that this has not always been the case.

The original intakes were told in T/More that allowences were tax free.
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