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# Michael McGrath

This week
18th February 2024 - 23rd February 2024
'One visit' to Israel not a reason to oppose von der Leyen’s second term bid, says McGrath
Finance minister to meet Stormont counterpart, as UK govt tables motion reaffirming 'Acts of Union'
Last week
11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Central Bank bosses: 'It's clear cash is still needed and wanted by people in society'
This month
February 2024
'A campaign of far-right terrorism': Murphy lambastes Govt over response to arson attacks
Finance Minister announces interest rate on warehoused tax debt by businesses reduced to 0%
Last month
January 2024
New plans to be brought to Government to ensure 'reasonable access' to cash at ATMs across the country
Finance Minister McGrath travels to California to talk trade and meet with tech companies
Last year
2023
Minister to propose plan to deal with €4.2m invested in companies in illegal Israeli settlements
Heated Dáil exchanges as government accused of ‘double standards’ on Israel and Russia
Decision to throw out €13bn Apple tax case must be revisited, advisor to European court says
State intends to continue the reduction of its stake in AIB, dropping it to 40%
Slowdown in inflation welcomed by ministers, with energy prices falling
Budget 2024: Some changes kicked in at midnight - others won't take effect for quite a while
The changes announced yesterday included tweaks to the USC and tax bands, tax reliefs for landlords, social welfare hikes and an increase in the minimum wage.
Here are the new measures that have already kicked in or been extended - and what to expect in the months to come.
Budget 2024 confirmed tax & USC changes and a significant cigarette price hike
State to invest in a €100bn fund to 'future proof' the economy
'Windfall' corporation tax to be invested in new €14bn Infrastructure, Climate and Nature Fund
Coalition leaders expected to finalise budget details on tax, health and social welfare
Finance Minister: 'People can be optimistic that their living standards are about to improve'
Finance Minister: We need to see ‘significant increase’ in switching from vulture funds to banks
New legislation will allow credit unions to take part in loan syndications
Corporation tax receipts fall to €1.8 billion in September, exchequer returns show
Budget 2024: What exactly can we expect in next week's package?
NCT will 'revisit' cashless decision if government mandates state bodies to accept cash
'Easier said than done': Micheál Martin on UK Labour leader's comments about reopening Brexit deal
ESB Group reports 30% rise in profits to €676 million in first six months of the year
Finance Minister rules out introduction of 30% income tax rate in this year's Budget
Property prices continue to rise, with the average house price now at €320,000
Minister calls on Pepper to be 'absolutely clear' with customers about new fixed mortgage interest rate
McGrath says Budget will be focused on cost of living and helping households with bills
Mica redress concrete levy to get amendment excluding precast products
Minister says €1 billion drop in corporation tax highlights ‘vulnerabilities’ in public finances
The government's blind devotion to Help to Buy has likely cost Irish taxpayers €240 million
Ireland's economy grew in the last quarter, new figures show
McGrath working on 'very targeted' measures to help mortgage holders with sky high interest rates
Tax breaks for landlords to be examined in Budget alongside renters’ tax credit, says minister
McGrath: Irish banks 'undoubtedly' enjoying huge profits but customers can do more with savings
Michael McGrath expects move by Irish banks to boost deposit rates
Bank of Ireland chief apologises for 'significant technical outage' on Tuesday
Finance Minister wants 'full account' of what happened with BOI glitch
Price growth slowed in July to 4.6% while the Irish economy grew by 3.3% in Q2