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Bonanza: tax take surges as economy hits Tiger era levels

Brendan Howlin rejects fiscal council’s budget warnings

29th November, 2015
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A source said the flow of money into the exchequer coffers was “off the charts”

Tax revenues to be revealed today show the economy is growing at a rate not seen since the height of the Celtic Tiger years.

Tax receipts for the month of November are expected to be “out of this world”, according to a source with knowledge of the trends.

November is a key month for large corporation tax receipts, and for income tax returns from the self-employed.

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