Archive for May, 2009

Taxback.com reaching out to our communities…

South Africa Taxback.com’s International Community Outreach Programme works to provide relief and benefits to those most in need in the communities of our local offices. The programme was set up in September 2007 in response to tragic flooding in north-east Bulgaria which killed eight people...

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American Ireland Fund Gala New York

The Taxback Group and our partner Concur supported the 34th Annual American Ireland Fund Gala event in New York on May 14th. The American Ireland Fund is one of the largest networks of people of Irish ancestry and friends of Ireland around the world. The...

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Irish Company Helps Multi-Nationals Cut Costs

Minister Micheál Martin Supports New Partnership at New York Event. Multi-national companies can gain cost savings of more than €60million in VAT refunds through an innovative partnership between taxback.com’s specialist VAT service Tax Back International (TBI) and leading expense management company Concur. TBI assists more...

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Scrap your old car for a deal

The UK government will be sharing the cost with car manufacturers to offer cash incentives for anyone willing to buy a new vehicle, while the old car is still roadworthy. The deal only applies to cars below 3.5 metric tons. The funds allocated for the...

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Taxback.com Celebrates Europe Day in Bulgaria

Taxback.com’s office in Varna, Bulgaria sponsored the “Friends of Europe” long-distance race last month in celebration of Europe Day. More than 100 students from eight local schools joined Czech Ambassador Martin Klepetko, Varna Mayor Kiril Yordanov, Deputy Mayor Kosta Bazitov, National Education Commission Chairman Nikolay...

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New Trend? Taxation on “unhelathy” products

A 3 cent tax on sugary sodas as well as energy and sports drinks and sweetened tea drinks was proposoed to help finance the universal healthcare suggested by USA president Obama. The proposed tax would generate about $24 billion over the next four year, a...

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6.5m already have Oz Stimulus Payment

The ATO has already paid out 6.5 million tax bonuses and by May 16 more than 7.8 million stimulus payments will have been distributed. Australian Tax Commissioner Michael D’Ascenzo said there was still an estimated 800,000 people who are eligible for the Australian $900 Stimulus Payment...

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