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#Tax Incentives

# tax-incentives - Thursday 29 April, 2021

Alternative to Stay and Spend Scheme not being examined, says Paschal Donohoe
# Tax Incentives
# Tax Incentives

Alternative to Stay and Spend Scheme not being examined, says Paschal Donohoe

Apr 29th 2021, 8:01 AM 15,223 Views 7 Comments

The scheme was set up last year to encourage people to holiday at home and is terminates at the end of this month.

# tax-incentives - Monday 11 August, 2014

Junior doctors won't bother staying in Ireland unless tax breaks are introduced
# NCHDs
# NCHDs

Junior doctors won't bother staying in Ireland unless tax breaks are introduced

Aug 11th 2014, 10:14 AM 12,332 Views 75 Comments

Students on the Graduate Entry Programme are required to pay full fees of up to €16,000 per year.

# tax-incentives - Monday 17 June, 2013

Google boss defends Ireland's corporate tax rate
# Eric Schmidt
# Eric Schmidt

Google boss defends Ireland's corporate tax rate

Jun 17th 2013, 10:39 AM 8,617 Views 16 Comments

Eric Schmidt said governments see their own tax breaks as incentives while calling other countries “tax havens”.

# tax-incentives - Friday 15 February, 2013

Column: A new pilot scheme could breathe life into cities with high unemployment
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: A new pilot scheme could breathe life into cities with high unemployment

Feb 15th 2013, 1:00 PM 47 Views 50 Comments

The ‘Living Cities’ scheme is all about urban regeneration and the aim is to revitalise retail in Waterford City – and Limerick – through a series of tax incentives, writes Ciara Conway TD.

# tax-incentives - Tuesday 16 October, 2012

Column: Tax dodging hurts us all – but especially the poor
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Tax dodging hurts us all – but especially the poor

Oct 16th 2012, 7:00 AM 27 Views 43 Comments

Tax breaks for the wealthy are a political choice – and it means the less well-off pay more, writes Sorley McCaughey.