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# debt and taxes

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'Order being restored' to public finances at a faster pace than expected, economists say
“Significant investments” in housing, climate change and healthcare will be required, the ESRI said.
Banks are taking lots of people to court - and winning
Banks were awarded judgements of €148 million in the first half of this year.
The Universal Social Charge isn't going anywhere - Noonan
Michael Noonan says it’s here for the “foreseeable future”.
If 13 cent of every €1 raised in taxes pays down debt what can be done to ease the burden?
In the run-up to Budget 2015, Dr Daragh McGreal looks at the issue of Ireland’s ‘unsustainable’ debt.
Obama accuses companies that relocate to Ireland of "gaming the system"
The President was not happy. Not happy at all.
2014 tax take €466 million ahead of target, spending below projections
The results are being hailed as evidence that no further cuts are needed in October’s budget.
Taoiseach: We'll consider tax cuts next year, if we can afford it
Enda Kenny told CNBC News that “income tax levels are too high here”.