O'Connell, Finbarr
January 2008
Irish Motor Management;Jan/Feb2008, p42
Trade Publication
The article reports on the provisions contained within the Budget speech from the Minister of Finance in Ireland. Small companies have the option of paying preliminary tax at the lower of 90% of the final liability or 100% of the liability of the previous period. The capital allowances will be linked to the carbon dioxide emission levels of the vehicles. The single person's tax credit has increased from €1,760 to €1,830.


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