Covid-19: Applying for wage subsidy ‘will be a mark of honour’
Revenue moves to reassure businesses over scheme as Eurogroup president calls for EU rescue plan for Spain and Italy
Revenue has urged companies to apply for wage subsidies and assured them that they will not be deemed insolvent if they do.
A total of €17 million has been paid out through the scheme in the last two days, Niall Cody, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, said.
“This list will be a mark of honour of an employer who’s tried to do the right thing. It is not anything akin to a tax defaulters list,”...
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