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#Tax Take

# tax-take - Thursday 3 January, 2019

The Government has recorded its first budget surplus since 2006

The Exchequer received more than €55 billion last year.

# tax-take - Tuesday 5 August, 2014

# tax-take - Wednesday 2 April, 2014

The Government's tax take is up €415 million on this time last year

The Exchequer deficit for the first three months is at €2.3 billion, compared to €3.7 billion this time last year. Michael Noonan says it’s a ‘solid start’.

# tax-take - Tuesday 6 August, 2013

Twitter looking for Dublin-based tax expert

The Tax Manager role is a newly-created position to be based in Ireland.

# tax-take - Friday 2 August, 2013

Irish Life sale boosts exchequer surplus in July

The €1.3 billion sale of Irish Life held a exchequer surplus last month of €1.43 billion as tax take in July was lower than predictions.

# tax-take - Monday 8 July, 2013

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here are the nine stories you need to know as you kick off your day.

# tax-take - Thursday 3 January, 2013

The Evening Fix...now with added spuds and eggs

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

# tax-take - Thursday 2 August, 2012

Latest figures show government's tax income ahead of target

The Exchequer Returns for the end of July show the tax take is 2.5 per cent ahead of target, and 9 per cent up on last year.

# tax-take - Friday 7 January, 2011

Ireland 'could return to bond markets' this year

The NTMA says it hopes it can bypass Ireland’s bailout funds – as the cost of serving our debt eats up 15% of the tax take.

# tax-take - Thursday 6 January, 2011

# tax-take - Wednesday 5 January, 2011

2010 tax take €703m ahead of forecasts, says Department

Ireland’s revenue was 2.3% ahead of planned, while spending only overran by 0.3% – but the deficit is still huge.