Monday March 30, 2020

Further tax fall as government pushes for cuts agreement

Fresh pressure on the exchequer from weakening tax revenues will intensify pressure to reach a deal with the social partners on a €2 billion cutback plan, due to be announced this week.

31st January, 2009

Fresh pressure on the exchequer from weakening tax revenues will intensify pressure to reach a deal with the social partners on a €2 billion cutback plan, due to be announced this week.

There has been a further deterioration in the public finances, with new figures to be released showing a €600 million decline in the tax take for January, compared with last year.

Tax receipts for the month are down between 13 and 15 per...

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