Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news

25th January, 2021
Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news

A tax incentive aimed at boosting consumer spending in the hospitality sector failed to take off last year, as new figures from Revenue show the scheme ran aground amid tightening Covid-19 restrictions. Stay and Spend was introduced in October to boost hotels, bars and restaurants by offering tax relief on money spent in the sector. It was initially expected to cost the government about €270 million, based on total spending by some 2.15 million consumers...

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