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Feedback sought on streamlining income tax system

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Feedback sought on streamling income tax system

Public feedback is being sought in streamlining the income tax system.

The Treasury consultation was launched on Friday and will go until Friday, October 9.

The proposals first set out in February's budget would do away with the ten per cent income tax rate.

Personal allowances would counterbalance this by moving from £9,000 to around £14,000.

Treasure Minister Eddie Teare says it's in the public's best interest.

You can find the consultation on the government's website gov.im.

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