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# Tax

Last month
June 2024
Hoteliers hit back at proposal to introduce hotel tax in Dublin
Ireland's Apple escrow fund increased €400 million in value last year
Revenue to enforce collection of €100m in warehoused tax debt after support scheme ends
Careful now: Ireland's fiscal watchdog cautions Government against giveaway Budget
“This is not the time for loose budgetary policy,” said Professor Michael McMahon of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council.
This year
Taoiseach hopes to have a 5-year Fine Gael tax plan in place by end of year
Raising threshold for higher tax rate to €50,000 'is achievable', says Varadkar
Lower tax for €50k earners and 50k homes built each year: Simon Harris makes promises at FG Ard Fheis
UK Government announces excise duty on vapes and give-away tax cuts in pre-election budget
Tax receipts in January up by nearly 5% on same time last year, at €7.8 billion
Finance Minister announces interest rate on warehoused tax debt by businesses reduced to 0%
The Explainer: How exactly can you get some money back from Revenue?
These are the Budget 2024 measures that will take effect from today
Last year
Just under 65,000 renters have claimed the Rent Tax Credit so far this year
Corporation tax receipts fall by €1 billion in October, declining for a third consecutive month
People with ‘tax payment difficulties’ due to Storm Babet urged to ‘engage early’ with Revenue
Ex-F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone spared jail for failing to declare €463m of overseas assets
Budget 2024: Some changes kicked in at midnight - others won't take effect for quite a while
Here's what Budget 2024 means for you if you're earning €100,000
Here's what Budget 2024 means for you if you're earning €60,000
Here's what Budget 2024 means for your payslip if you're earning €40,000
Here's what Budget 2024 means for your payslip if you're earning €20,000
The Budget's big tax plan: First USC cut in 5 years and higher income tax band raised to €42,000
Revenue has written to a number of Irish influencers urging them to declare income earned
DCC votes to keep Local Property Tax at mimimum despite claims of 'dirty, smelly' streets
Ireland's Apple escrow fund lost €259 million in value last year
Varadkar wants tax and USC cuts for middle income earners as 'they pay the most'
Finance Minister rules out introduction of 30% income tax rate in this year's Budget
Taoiseach indicates hold on excise increase and targeted mortgage interest relief in budget
Day-trippers to Venice to be charged €5 for visiting on busy weekends
Hunter Biden denies two tax charges as plea deal unravels
Tax package, energy and business supports to form part of October's giveaway budget
'Weight-based' tax for cars considered to offset the annual €1.5b cost of switching to EVs
Ireland 'really needs' to manage long-term planning better, fiscal watchdog warns govt
Government rejects idea that taxing holiday homes could help deal with the housing crisis
FG wants entry point for higher tax band rate to get closer to €50,000 in this year's budget
Analysis: The €26 billion surplus could be used in a politically and financially clever way
Ciarán Casey
Corporation tax up 71% in the first quarter of 2023 - but half of it is 'unlikely to be permanent'
Private jets in firing line as report shows over 6,000 flights left Irish airports last year
British Prime Minister Sunak under pressure over handling of Zahawi tax row
Sunak defends handling of Zahawi row as pressure on Tory chairman mounts