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#Policy

# policy - Yesterday’s News

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# policy - Yesterday’s News

Here's why your insurance premiums look set to rise more this year

Ireland’s leading motor insurers have laid bare the losses made by the industry in 2015.

From Business ETC Here's why your insurance premiums look set to rise more this year Transport

Here's why your insurance premiums look set to rise more this year

Ireland’s leading motor insurers have laid bare the losses made by the industry in 2015.

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# policy - Tuesday 27 September, 2016

From Business ETC Sinéad O'Connor on tax defaulters list over €160,000 settlement Policy

Sinéad O'Connor on tax defaulters list over €160,000 settlement

The singer was hit with the bill for under-declaring PAYE and PRSI.

From Business ETC Google's Irish boss thinks the government needs to follow Estonia's lead Data And Security

Google's Irish boss thinks the government needs to follow Estonia's lead

The eastern European country has been quick to embrace new technology.

From Business ETC Businesses should help fund free public childcare, says think tank Work

Businesses should help fund free public childcare, says think tank

The Nevin Institute said that the move would help more people to get into the workforce.

# policy - Sunday 25 September, 2016

From Business ETC 'Everyone needs to take some blame for spiralling car insurance prices' Opinion

'Everyone needs to take some blame for spiralling car insurance prices'

People need to be aware of the link between the cost of claims and the price of motor insurance.

Ireland is trying to get off a Brazilian black list for tax havens

The Irish ambassador in Brazil is looking for a meeting with the South American country’s Revenue service.

# policy - Saturday 24 September, 2016

An Amazon-style portal could soon help you 'build a relationship' with the government

Chief information officer Barry Lowry said the gateway would allow the public to engage more in policy making.

# policy - Friday 23 September, 2016

Noonan: Appeal of €13bn Apple tax ruling will likely take four years 'or more'

The Finance Minister said the government has “very strong” legal advice that it will win the appeal.

From Business ETC Noonan: Appeal of €13bn Apple tax ruling will likely take four years 'or more' Policy

Noonan: Appeal of €13bn Apple tax ruling will likely take four years 'or more'

The Finance Minister said the government has ‘very strong’ legal advice that it will win the appeal.

'Building up instead of out will prepare Dublin for 21st century city living'

Business groups are calling on councillors to scrap changes that would limit the height of some city centre buildings.

From Business ETC 'Building up instead of out will prepare Dublin for 21st century city living' Building And Property

'Building up instead of out will prepare Dublin for 21st century city living'

Business groups are calling on councillors to scrap changes that would limit the height of some city centre buildings.

# policy - Thursday 22 September, 2016

From Business ETC An Amazon-style portal could soon help you 'build a relationship' with the government Policy

An Amazon-style portal could soon help you 'build a relationship' with the government

Chief information officer Barry Lowry said the gateway would allow the public to engage more in policy making.

Varadkar is planning to 'grasp the nettle' of pension reform after the Budget

The minister said that wage increases and tax cuts provide an opportunity for changing the system.

From Business ETC Varadkar is planning to 'grasp the nettle' of pension reform after the Budget Policy

Varadkar is planning to 'grasp the nettle' of pension reform after the Budget

The minister said that wage increases and tax cuts provide an opportunity for changing the system.

# policy - Wednesday 21 September, 2016

There should be no tax cuts in Budget 2017, says the ESRI

The influential think tank said that the Irish economy does not need any more stimulation.

From Business ETC There should be no tax cuts in Budget 2017, says the ESRI Finance

There should be no tax cuts in Budget 2017, says the ESRI

The influential think tank said that the Irish economy does not need any more stimulation.

# policy - Tuesday 20 September, 2016

Denis O'Brien: Apple was 'picked on' by EU over record €13bn fine

The businessman said that Apple should not be punished over its tax affairs in Ireland.

From Business ETC Denis O'Brien: Apple was 'picked on' by EU over record €13bn fine Policy

Denis O'Brien: Apple was 'picked on' by EU over record €13bn fine

The businessman said that Apple should not be punished over its tax affairs in Ireland.

From Business ETC Ireland is trying to get off a Brazilian black list for tax havens Transport

Ireland is trying to get off a Brazilian black list for tax havens

The Irish ambassador in Brazil is looking for a meeting with the South American country’s Revenue service.

From Business ETC Some big changes will help protect freedom of speech on Yelp and Tripadvisor Internet

Some big changes will help protect freedom of speech on Yelp and Tripadvisor

The US Congress wants to protect people who review products and businesses online to strengthen the sharing economy.

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From Business ETC Irish middle income earners pay more tax than the Swedish Finance

Irish middle income earners pay more tax than the Swedish

High income earners also pay far more tax than those on the bottom rung.

# policy - Monday 19 September, 2016

€500m to be pumped into Limerick in effort to transform the city

Several major projects, such as a massive film studio, will be developed under the plan.

From Business ETC €500m to be pumped into Limerick in effort to transform the city Policy

€500m to be pumped into Limerick in effort to transform the city

Several major projects, such as a massive film studio, will be developed under the plan.

# policy - Sunday 18 September, 2016

From Business ETC Being a socially conscience business doesn't have to be costly – it's for both big and small players Opinion

Being a socially conscience business doesn't have to be costly – it's for both big and small players

Corporate social responsibility has become an important factor for people when choosing who they want to work for.

# policy - Saturday 17 September, 2016

From Business ETC 'We don't appreciate how close the future actually is and it's not helping our pension problems' Opinion

'We don't appreciate how close the future actually is and it's not helping our pension problems'

Communicating to people how early they need to start saving for post-retirement is the biggest challenge facing the pension industry.

From Business ETC Another multinational is being investigated over planning permission violations in two counties Retail

Another multinational is being investigated over planning permission violations in two counties

The investigations follow cases against Starbucks in Cork and Waterford.

From Business ETC One of Ireland's richest men says building his €8bn firm happened by chance Manufacturing

One of Ireland's richest men says building his €8bn firm happened by chance

Paul Coulson, the head of packaging firm Ardagh, also warned that Ireland needs to forge links with the EU in the wake of Brexit.

# policy - Friday 16 September, 2016

From Business ETC Apple Japan unit hit with €105m tax bill over money sent to Ireland: report Policy

Apple Japan unit hit with €105m tax bill over money sent to Ireland: report

The news comes shortly after the EU ordered Ireland to recover €13bn from Apple.

# policy - Thursday 15 September, 2016

From Business ETC Businesses say the Dublin Bus strikes are 'grinding the city to a halt' Transport

Businesses say the Dublin Bus strikes are 'grinding the city to a halt'

The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has called on those involved to settle the dispute.

# policy - Monday 12 September, 2016

From Business ETC 'It makes no sense not to take advantage of the tax': CEO of $30bn company moving to Cork Policy

'It makes no sense not to take advantage of the tax': CEO of $30bn company moving to Cork

Johnson Controls and Tyco both have the bulk of their operations in the US

# policy - Sunday 11 September, 2016

From Business ETC 'No matter how popular it'd be, taking the €13bn Apple windfall isn't in Ireland’s interest' Policy

'No matter how popular it'd be, taking the €13bn Apple windfall isn't in Ireland’s interest'

‘We should follow Michael O’Leary’s advice and tell the EU to f**k off’.

Your crash course in... How a referendum in Italy could wreck the EU

An esteemed economist warned the vote could be disastrous for the union.

# policy - Thursday 8 September, 2016

From Business ETC Your crash course in...How a referendum in Italy could wreck the EU Policy

Your crash course in...How a referendum in Italy could wreck the EU

An esteemed economist warned the vote could be disastrous for the union.

Irish workers 'need to be saving €1,000 a month to fund retirement'

A study from Deloitte says that people need to start saving much more to maintain their living standards.

From Business ETC Study claims Irish workers need to be saving €1,000 a month to fund retirement Finance

Study claims Irish workers need to be saving €1,000 a month to fund retirement

A study from Deloitte says that people need to start saving much more to maintain their living standards.

# policy - Wednesday 7 September, 2016

Other countries can take a slice of Apple's €13bn Irish tax bill and it's confusing the government

The European Commission found that the tech giant received illegal state aid from Ireland.

From Business ETC Other countries can take a slice of Apple's €13bn Irish tax bill and it's confusing the government Policy

Other countries can take a slice of Apple's €13bn Irish tax bill and it's confusing the government

The European Commission found that the tech giant received illegal state aid from Ireland.

# policy - Monday 5 September, 2016

From Business ETC Central Bank boss to Michael Noonan: 'Don't rely on corporate tax surge' Policy

Central Bank boss to Michael Noonan: 'Don't rely on corporate tax surge'

Philip Lane also warned that the Irish economy is ‘volatile’.

A loophole that allowed vulture funds to slash their tax bills is set to be shut

Many companies were using charitable status to reduce their tax liabilities.

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