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State fails to notify EU of its sugar tax proposal

State fails to notify EU of its sugar tax proposal

Ireland is obliged under law to formally notify the European Commission of plans to introduce the tax but has not yet done so

Better August, but tax still falling short

Better August, but tax still falling short

Income tax and excise duties still lower than expected, but Vat ahead of targets

Donohoe warned not to rely on ‘volatile’ corporation tax

Donohoe warned not to rely on ‘volatile’ corporation tax

Corporation taxes now account for over 15 per cent of all tax receipts, with 80 per cent being paid by multinationals

Donohoe’s officials warn against new cuts to USC and income tax

Donohoe’s officials warn against new cuts to USC and income tax

Government only has an estimated €500 million for tax cuts and spending increases in the forthcoming budget

Inside the budget negotiations

Inside the budget negotiations

With so many claimants wanting chunks of the fiscal pie, negotiations on Budget 2017 went right to the wire

Budget 2017: Brian Keegan’s five things to watch out for

Budget 2017: Brian Keegan’s five things to watch out for

This Tuesday is not expected to bring any major financial shocks we can expect some notable changes in Ireland’s fiscal landscape

5,300 people appointed to public service out of 64,000 applicants

5,300 people appointed to public service out of 64,000 applicants

Large numbers of temporary workers hired to fill lower level positions

Momentum grows for mandatory pension scheme

Momentum grows for mandatory pension scheme

The “auto-enrolment” system would sign up workers automatically to a pension

Scheme sees €750m spent on home improvements

Scheme sees €750m spent on home improvements

More than 48,400 jobs have been undertaken over two years

Festive shoppers plump for online sales over high street

Festive shoppers plump for online sales over high street

Lifestyle Sports sees unprecedented growth in web purchases

Central Bankers clash with Finance over mortgage data

Central Bankers clash with Finance over mortgage data

Internal emails give insight into ongoing discussions over the bank’s rigorous lending limits

Cork’s new town for 13,000 people faces ‘serious’ delays

Cork’s new town for 13,000 people faces ‘serious’ delays

1000-acre site at Monard draws objections over lack of infrastructure

South won’t suffer from lower corporation tax in North, says IDA

South won’t suffer from lower corporation tax in North, says IDA

Investors 'know what they are getting' in Republic

Portuguese crisis has parallels with Ireland

Portuguese crisis has parallels with Ireland

Portugal is the latest European battleground on austerity, with the probability that the right-wing government will fall on Tuesday

Enda Kenny: The arrival of the troika in Ireland was a 'bloodless coup'

Enda Kenny: The arrival of the troika in Ireland was a 'bloodless coup'

Taoiseach claims credit for Irish recovery at Madrid conference