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# Corporation Tax

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'Not acceptable' that AIB could pay no tax on profits for up to 30 years
There are calls to make sure that the bank would have to pay a minimum corporate tax rate.
French election frontrunner Emmanuel Macron takes aim at Ireland's corporate tax rate
Macron made specific reference to the Apple Tax farrago as part of a critique of inequal corporate tax regimes across the EU.
The IDA says more people in Ireland are working for its clients than ever before
Job losses within IDA companies were at their lowest level since 1997 – but it doesn’t expect that trend to continue.
Ireland named world's 6th worst corporate tax haven
Oxfam said Ireland’s score was based on its lack of effective rules to prevent corporate tax dodging and because it facilitates large-scale corporate tax avoidance.
Enda denies being snubbed by Donald Trump
The Taoiseach made a pitch to companies to relocate to Ireland on US TV this afternoon.
Hungary is bringing in the EU's lowest corporate tax rate
The competition to attract multinationals’ investment keeps heating up.
Analysis: The Exchequer returns came out yesterday - but two figures are flattering the public finances
Corporation tax and excise duties are making up for the relative weakness of Ireland’s other tax takes, writes Victor Duggan.
FactCheck: How much do multinationals actually contribute in taxes?
FactCheck looks into a set a claims made over the airwaves and in the Dáil in the past week.
FactCheck: Is Apple really the "largest taxpayer in Ireland"?
The company’s CEO Tim Cook made the claim this week, and Michael Noonan repeated it. We checked it out.
Trump announces changes to tax plan as protesters are removed from venue
He said that no business should pay more than 15% of income in taxes.
Should businesses help to fund higher education? The TUI thinks so
The union said a 1% levy on profits could be used to remove the €3,000 student registration fee.
Ireland could lose millions in tax as Facebook shifts UK profits back to UK
The tech giant paid just €5,000 in corporate tax in the UK in 2014, by routing its profits through Ireland.
These countries are set to cosy-up over tax information
Information exchange between 31 OECD nations is set to start next year.
Just 10 companies have paid €2.3bn in tax this year - maybe Bono was right after all
Seamus Coffey talks through the latest exchequer figures that put Ireland back in the black.
Ireland and the UK should double team the EU on tax
Eurocrats are gearing up, once again, to meddle with our corporate tax rate. We should take a leaf out of our neighbour’s book and demand better.
Tax breaks are here to stay... but only for companies with BIG ideas
With the closing of the ‘Double Irish’ tax loophole, the government want to introduce a ‘Knowledge Development Box’.
Richard Bruton: I'm not worried about Northern Ireland cutting corporation tax
“We will compete and continue to compete hard.”
Northern Ireland may soon be allowed set its own corporation tax
This would mean Northern Ireland could match our very attractive 12.5% rate. Let the games begin…
Bruton: No, I'm not in America because I'm nervous about the death of the 'Double Irish'
It’s all good, says the Jobs Minister.
Minister Bruton is going to the US to explain the death of the 'Double Irish' tax loophole
He is also meeting over 17 companies in a hope to drum up some jobs in Ireland.
With a little help from Ireland, Facebook paid no UK tax last year
It made an estimated £371 million in revenue in the region in 2013.
When are the Budget changes kicking in?
Midnight tonight, or January 2015? Here are the latest details as we have them.
Enda Kenny: The 'Double Irish' tax loophole isn't our fault and we don't promote it
The Taoiseach has been responding to criticism of Ireland’s tax regime by British Prime Minister David Cameron this week.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Everyone’s talking about John McNulty, Irish Water and the death of Billy Barry.
'Only America can solve tax issues for multinationals'
The Jobs Minister says that if Barack Obama has a problem with tax loopholes, he should look in his own house
Obama accuses companies that relocate to Ireland of "gaming the system"
The President was not happy. Not happy at all.
Opinion: There's no room for complacency over the investigation into Apple in Ireland
In the event of a finding against Ireland, the fallout will be measured in a drop of nurses, medical cards and Gardaí on the streets.
The world's most famous economist thinks the property tax is unfair*
*But only if you’re in negative equity.
Enda Kenny: No, I'm not worried about the investigation into Apple's Irish tax deal
The Taoiseach is pretty confident that Ireland hasn’t broken any rules.
Brussels launches probe into Ireland's Apple tax deal
The Department of Finance has said it’s confident no rules have been broken – but won’t rule out a legal challenge if findings are negative.
Is the EU going to investigate Ireland's tax deal with multinationals?
An announcement is expected tomorrow, but the European Commission is keeping quiet.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Everyone’s talking about negotiations over strike action at Aer Lingus, a political opinion poll, and Ukraine’s new president.
So just what was the effective rate of tax for corporations in the last decade?
It’s more than you might think for most companies.
OECD approves of Irish tax rate, but change is coming says Noonan
The head of the OECD’s tax centre says there is no threat to the Irish corporate tax rate, but Michael Noonan wants to enhance the country’s reputation.
Closing tax loophole won't 'adversely affect' multinational companies, says ACC
The American Chamber of Commerce and the IDA say that changes in Ireland’s tax residency rules will not affect Ireland’s competitiveness as a location for foreign direct investment.
'We don’t want to incur any reputational damage': Noonan on 'stateless' companies crackdown
And on our beloved corporation tax, the Minister said: “That’s our business, it can’t be imposed on us, and we’re gonna keep it at 12.5 per cent.”
Enda Kenny: Our corporation tax is not in question from anyone, ok?
The Taoiseach has defended Ireland’s corporation tax regime against questions about ‘sweetheart’ deals for some US multinationals.
"There was no sweetheart deal for Apple" in Ireland
CEO of IDA Ireland Barry O’Leary told the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee that foreign companies are paying a substantial amount of corporation tax.