TaxPersonal TaxManx accountants claim world first with internet tax calculator

Manx accountants claim world first with internet tax calculator

The Isle of Man office of Ernst & Young has launched what it claims is the world's first 'multi-jurisdiction interactive income tax calculator', and has put it on the web.

It has christened its new venture the TaxOmeter.

The firms said it would enable residents of the Isle of Man, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland to instantly compare their income tax liabilities in the three countries.

E&Y?s Isle of Man main website went online at the end of 1999 and the launch of TaxOmeter is the first of what E&Y intends to be several additions to its Isle of Man site.

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