Irish MP proposes amendment to betting tax increase

Taxation basis would be switched to gross profit model rather than turnover

An Irish independent MP has tabled an amendment to the proposed increases in Irish betting taxes that would see the tax levied on gross profits rather than turnover. If passed, Michael Healy-Rae’s amendment would see the tax rate switched from 2% on turnover to a revised rate of 10% on gross revenues for retail operators…

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