Tom Maguire: Keep your tax returns up to date – or it may cost more than you think
The Revenue’s Debt Warehousing Scheme allows businesses to temporarily put certain tax debts on ice while trade is affected by Covid-19. But it has warned that 4,500 firms are not ‘current’ with filing
Paschal Donohoe recently gave a speech entitled “The pandemic: one year on” – five words we hoped we would never see in the same sentence. But here we are.
In his address to the Economic and Social Research Institute, the Minister for Finance set the scene early on, saying that there were more than one million people on some form of income support from the state.
This included nearly half a million receiving...
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‘Solidarity levy’ could be one of many new costs of a united Ireland
We need more information on the opportunities and challenges that a 32-county regime would bring for businesses as well as individuals
Are tax deductions on borrowed time as new rules come into effect?
A new measure in the Finance Bill is intended to stamp out tax avoidance through borrowing costs – but it’s complicated
Details of Perrigo’s €1.64 billion tax appeal can’t be disclosed - Tax Appeals Commission
The Public Accounts Committee had sought information on Perrigo’s appeal of its Revenue bill which it settled for less than €300 million