Income Tax Act, 1967.



Collection of tax in public offices.

476.—Where the tax on any salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, or other profits, or any annuities, pensions, or stipends, of any office for which commissioners are specially appointed, is deducted, the respective commissioners shall cause duplicates of assessment to be delivered to the proper officers in the departments or offices concerned, and those officers shall keep true accounts of and be answerable for all tax so deducted, and such tax shall be accounted for and paid to the Revenue Commissioners.