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# Exchequer Returns

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Exchequer figures show slight fall in government income in January
Savings, shopping and J.Lo: The week in numbers
Ireland set to beat EU's deficit target for 2012, says Hayes
Exchequer deficit reduced by €10bn in 2012 to €14.9bn
Exchequer returns: Government's tax take 0.5 per cent below target
Government income for 2012 to fall short of Budget target
Exchequer returns show €2.9 billion deficit due, in part, to payment to the ESM
Department defends underspend as unemployment stays at 14.8 per cent
The Evening Fix…now with added tomato sauce
Exchequer returns show tax take up but deficit at over €11bn
Ireland spent €25 billion more than it took in last year
Tax revenues ahead of target by 1.7 per cent
The Evening Fix: Thursday
Latest figures show government's tax income ahead of target
Noonan dismisses plan for government bonds linked to tax income
The Daily Fix: Friday
Exchequer figures show deficit and tax revenue rise
One in seven cigarettes is illegally smuggled
Government: Tax take is €500m less than we expected
Government accused of hoarding pension levy to skew exchequer figures
New social charge helps push income tax earnings up by a quarter
Exchequer runs €18.9bn deficit in first seven months - with banks to blame
Budget deficit for first half of the year stands at €10.8bn
Exchequer returns down slightly on Dept of Finance forecast
The Daily Fix: Monday
Exchequer returns show €7.1bn gap in first three months
2010 tax take €703m ahead of forecasts, says Department
Ireland's budget deficit not as bad as suspected
Exchequer deficit hits €12.1bn in August