Are tax deductions on borrowed time as new rules come into effect?

Tax Appeals Commission releases €3 billion

Aidan Regan: Treating housing as a financial asset is at the heart of conflict in our societies

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

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

PAC seeking clarity over €1.3bn cut to Perrigo’s tax bill

Revenue to reduce tax penalties for those who declare offshore accounts

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

Brian Keegan: Sinn Féin and the Democrats both need a change in tax policy

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’

What the Finance Bill offers employees and entrepreneurs

US medtech behemoth signals intent to commit to Ireland

‘Sin taxes’ to improve public health and wealth tax being actively considered

Developers who undervalue vacant land face 30% penalty under new Revenue plan

Apple taxes in escrow account losing tens of millions a year

Accountancy and legal firms warned Donohoe about corporate tax reform

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