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# flat-tax - Wednesday 8 March, 2017

Wealthy and don't want to pay lots of tax? Italy might be the place for you

The measure is expected to immediately draw in at least a thousand people.

# flat-tax - Saturday 3 September, 2016

'I’m not unrealistic about the challenge I face': Meet the man trying to rebuild Renua

“Renua did not do any harm to anyone in this country … We just tried to start a new party.”

# flat-tax - Friday 5 February, 2016

This is what a Renua government could look like

The party has listed some of the principles on which it will not compromise.

# flat-tax - Tuesday 8 December, 2015

Renua says flat tax calculator taken down over 'technical issues' - but others aren't so sure

The party is proposing a radical overhaul of the tax system and the introduction of a single 23% rate.

# flat-tax - Monday 7 December, 2015

Lucinda had a pop at Pearse Doherty - and then they had a row on Twitter

“We don’t believe that Sinn Féin is ready, or has any desire, to be in a position of responsibility in the country.”

# flat-tax - Monday 5 October, 2015

Renua's radical plan to abolish loads of taxes and the TV licence

The party has proposed the introduction of a flat rate of 23% on all income.

# flat-tax - Saturday 15 June, 2013

Aaron McKenna: A fair flat tax will save you money – and save the country

Ireland’s byzantine tax system creates perverse economic incentives that allow the super rich to exploit tax loopholes that widen social inequalities – it’s time for a simple and fair tax system, writes Aaron McKenna.

# flat-tax - Wednesday 28 March, 2012

"57 black sacks" of household charge payments already received - Hogan

Minister Phil Hogan said many envelopes are sitting in Government offices waiting to be opened.

# flat-tax - Friday 17 February, 2012

SIPTU calls for suspension of 'unfair' household charge

The country’s largest trade union said that the €100 household charge penalises low and middle income families and called on the government to suspend it.