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# Death and Taxes

Last year
A major tax report has caused ructions in government, but what did it actually say?
The Commission on Taxation and Welfare said our ageing population meant we must change how we collect tax.
All time
Calls for naming and shaming of tax defaulters who do not pay their settlements
From 2016 to May 2018, Revenue received a total of 9,721 ‘good citizen reports’ about suspected tax evasion.
NFL star explains why so many highly paid players go broke
Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh says don’t believe the figures quoted.
Parents may no longer have a 'moral duty' to provide for children in wills
The Law Reform Commission has made some recommendations.
There's been a huge jump in inheritance tax takings - and nieces and nephews are hit the most
In 2015 the largest category – which includes nieces and nephews – amounted in 33% of inheritance cases.
Forgot to pay or won't pay?: The property tax deadline is tomorrow
People who have not yet paid their local property tax have been urged to make contact with the Revenue Commissioners.
The Universal Social Charge isn't going anywhere - Noonan
Michael Noonan says it’s here for the “foreseeable future”.
Here's how much the Obamas paid in tax last year (and how much they gave to charity)
The couple paid an effective income tax rate of 20.4 per cent.
Ireland's tax levels could be higher, suggests ESRI
Researchers at the ESRI said other EU countries bring in extra revenue by applying higher income tax rates for everyone – not just the higher earners.
PIC: Soldier receives property tax bill for his entire barracks
Here’s a particularly unfortunate example of the difficulties in introducing a property tax with no property register…