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#Tax Relief

# tax-relief - Wednesday 19 September, 2018

Opposition parties call for rent freeze, but Leo says it would be too expensive

Parties are calling for a rent freeze of up to three years.

# tax-relief - Saturday 28 July, 2018

Thousands may be losing out on tax relief for third-level fees

People have been urged to check if they’re eligible ahead of what can be a very expensive time for students and their families.

# tax-relief - Thursday 28 September, 2017

Blockbuster Star Wars film gets up to €3m tax relief from Irish State

Scenes filmed at Malin Head in Co Donegal and Ceann Sibeal in Co Kerry feature in The Last Jedi.

# tax-relief - Thursday 12 January, 2017

Government reviewing what tax breaks could take the pressure off renters

Michael Noonan is chairing the working group that will looking at taxation in the rental market.

# tax-relief - Monday 11 January, 2016

This tax measure brought in €57m more than expected, but was it fair?

A cap on tax relief on health insurance brought in €151 million.

# tax-relief - Monday 12 May, 2014

Pat Rabbitte thinks that government needs "to get a grip"

He added that tax cuts need to be on table in coming months.

# tax-relief - Sunday 5 January, 2014

Reilly: Consumers can opt for cheaper policies to avoid impact of tax relief cap

However Minister James Reilly said it is important that they fully understand the level of cover their policy provides.

# tax-relief - Friday 18 October, 2013

Budget changes will affect 1.4 million health insurance customers

The cap on the tax relief on health insurance policies will increase the costs for customers.

# tax-relief - Saturday 5 January, 2013

Column: Ireland’s film industry is booming – and it’s about more than money

The film industry is one of our few economic bright spots, writes Simon Carty – so we should support it now more than ever.

# tax-relief - Saturday 8 December, 2012

SIPTU president urges Taoiseach to introduce pensions tax sooner

In a letter to Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Jack O’Connor says that introducing the 41 per cent rate on pensions over €60,000 sooner would obviate the need for certain cuts.

# tax-relief - Wednesday 5 December, 2012

Finance Minister announces changes to pensions

The reduced USC rate for some of those aged over 70 is to be discontinued, while tax relief on pension contributions will soon only subsidise pension schemes under €60k per annum.

Noonan: Charitable donations to be subject to 'simplified' tax relief regime

Donations made from the 2013 tax year will be subject to a new tax relief regime, with a “blended rate” of 31 per cent.

# tax-relief - Saturday 17 November, 2012

Aaron McKenna: Large pay packets aren’t an injustice – they’re a reward

Controversy over generous pension arrangements for executives means we risk throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

# tax-relief - Wednesday 24 October, 2012

Burton 'considering cap on tax relief' for pension contributions

The minister said that in the future, an auto-enrolment scheme could also be introduced to supplement pensions with savings.

# tax-relief - Thursday 9 August, 2012

Highest earners paid more tax in 2010 Tax

Highest earners paid more tax in 2010

The additional tax payments by high earners yielded an extra €80 million for Revenue in 2010.

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# tax-relief - Wednesday 8 February, 2012

Noonan defends Finance Bill measures for foreign skilled workers

The Minister for Finance says that the new Special Assignee Relief Programme will only apply to people whose skills are not available in Ireland.

# tax-relief - Sunday 29 January, 2012

Nearly half of Irish millionaires paid under 30 per cent tax

The highest earners tend to pay tax at a rate well below the standard top band, new figures show.

# tax-relief - Sunday 1 May, 2011

Government scales back plans to cut pension tax relief

Proposals under the National Recovery Plan included cutting pension tax relief to 20 per cent. Instead, the government wants a 33 per cent flat rate on all contributions.

# tax-relief - Tuesday 26 April, 2011

Chief Justice discusses pension concerns with taoiseach

The Chief Justice John Murray has met with Taoiseach Enda Kenny and voiced concerns about the impact a new cap on public sector pension funds might have on judges’ retirements.

# tax-relief - Friday 21 January, 2011

Finance Bill delays property tax relief changes

The Bill also brings deadline for filing self-employed income tax and capital gains tax forward, and specifies cuts to tax relief on third-level fees.

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