Thursday February 27, 2020

Donohoe warned over numbers not paying tax

Officials warned in briefing note of exemptions as a result of changes to bands and rates

16th July, 2017

Paschal Donohoe has been warned of the growing number of people no longer paying tax as a result of cuts to USC and income tax in recent budgets.

Ahead of October’s budget, the Minister for Finance’s officials have warned him in a briefing note that the number of people exempt from paying income taxes has grown in recent years as a result of government changes to bands and rates.

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