Corporate Tax

Donohoe told EU politician housing crisis a key risk to economy

Things have moved fast since the Corporation Tax Roadmap update last January

Donohoe was advised to warn EU off muddying waters on tax reform

Yellen: Irish-based firms often paid ‘much less’ than 12.5% tax

Updated: Overhaul of corporate tax rules was needed to ensure multinationals in Ireland paid ‘fair share’

Yellen: historic global tax consensus ‘likely to prove durable’

Accountancy and legal firms warned Donohoe about corporate tax reform

‘Offsetting measures’ needed to make up shortfall from shift away from 12.5% corporate tax rate

The Last Post: Why it was worth it for Ireland to hang tough on two little words

The last stand: how Ireland finally conceded its long-cherished 12.5 per cent tax rate

Editorial: Corporate tax move is significant, but other issues will affect our competitiveness

IDA chief warns that Ireland must do a ‘huge amount’ to remain attractive after tax deal

Ireland joins global 15% minimum corporate tax deal, but many firms will be exempt

Taoiseach: ‘Vast majority’ of businesses will not be affected if corporate tax rate rises to 15%

Government to receive latest draft on OECD global tax reforms this morning

Ireland to sign up to new global corporate tax system and abandon 12.5% rate

More talks needed before Ireland can sign up to OECD corporate tax deal, Donohoe says

‘Corporate tax rate will stay at 12.5% for almost all Irish businesses,’ Varadkar says

PwC: corporate tax overhaul must be the ‘end of the line’