Friday October 30, 2020

Exchequer returns: the details

Ireland’s budget deficit for the period between January and the end of September narrowed to €11.1 billion. Read the details below.

2nd October, 2012
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The Exchequer surplus recorded in September is the third monthly surplus this year.

Ireland’s budget deficit for the period between January and the end of September narrowed to €11.1 billion. Read the details below.

**Tax revenues** at September 2012, at €26.1 billion, are €2,020 million (8.4%) ahead of the same period last year and €385million (1.5%) ahead of profile.

**Income tax** is €101 million (1.0%) ahead of profile at end-September, and is up just over 9.5% year-on-year on an adjusted basis.

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