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# Department of Finance

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Budget adjustment will be ‘somewhat less’ than €3.1 billion – Noonan
Troika told that Ireland will speed up repossession processes
Questions asked about Apple's relationship with Department of Finance
Taoiseach calls on Government to 'look busy': The week's news skewed
Here are the sign-in books for the Finance and Taoiseach departments from September 2008
Finance Committee demands forecast data from department ahead of budget
Exchequer returns: VAT receipts nearly €250 million behind target
Want to work in the civil service? New jobs being advertised from today
Banks loaned just €3m to scientific research SMEs since 2010
The Department of Finance spent €3.6 million on consultancy fees in the last year
Taoiseach won't say if record-keeping methods have changed in his department
Over €5 million spent on bank guarantee legal advice since 2011
Irish Life sale boosts exchequer surplus in July
Irish Exporters Association: 2014 must be the last year of austerity
Department: Property tax will not be handed to the bondholders
Ireland "approaching best practice in fiscal reporting" - IMF
51 convictions for illegal tobacco sale and smuggling so far this year
Taxman rakes in €17.6bn in last six months despite missing excise, VAT targets
Video: Howlin angrily pushes camera away as he is confronted over bank inquiry
Aaron McKenna: A fair flat tax will save you money – and save the country
Aaron McKenna
One cent tax on texts could have raised €590m in the last five years
Ireland spends €11.8 million to mint coins worth... €7.1 million
Over 1,500 seizures of counterfeit goods have been made already this year
Revenue and Finance Department deny tax deal with Apple
Ireland's banks are borrowing less and less from the ECB
The NAMA advisors who work for free cost €23,000 last year
Howlin: 'Many an important economic issue resolved over a mug of tea'
NTMA paid PR company €630,000 to "keep taxpayers in the dark"
Opponents say Irish Stability Programme Update is further proof that austerity isn't working
One Irish town to experiment with scrapping 1c and 2c coins
Labour MEPs call on government to release information about IBRC liquidation
Deficit beats Troika target but debt-to-GDP ratio to be higher this year
Committee to discuss banking crisis with Dept of Finance and Central Bank
Ireland likely to contribute additional €100 million due to EU budget shortfall
Eurozone ministers: We'll change repayment date for Ireland's bailout loans
Property tax: Seller faces €500 fine if they under-declare value of home
Ireland and the ECB reach a deal on promissory note - report
Hayes: "Substantial contingency planning" by government on IBRC
Exchequer figures show slight fall in government income in January
Everything you need to know about the promissory notes, but were afraid to ask