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# Income Tax

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Gerry Adams: 'Slab' Murphy is still a good republican
The Sinn Féin TD believes Murphy has been treated “unfairly”.
What the Budget means for someone earning around €20,000
How does this change things for you?
What the Budget means to someone earning around €100,000
How does this change things for you?
What the Budget means for someone earning around €40,000
How does this change things for you?
Renua's radical plan to abolish loads of taxes and the TV licence
The party has proposed the introduction of a flat rate of 23% on all income.
Top Irish earners are paying more tax than the Swedes
And those on high incomes should pay less, one group says.
Your USC is being cut, but what else do we know about Budget 2016?
With a month to go, the Budget leaks have begun in earnest.
Ireland is losing its competitive edge
The country is still an expensive place to do business.
Just how many Irish people can really be classed as filthy rich?
5% of the tax-paying population are on salaries of €100,000 or greater…
Varadkar: 'Childcare tax breaks for parents not being ruled out'
The health minister said that it would be an election issue.
Airbnb hosts: 'We've been making the housing crisis worse'
Following Revenue’s decision to tax their earnings, some Irish hosts on the homeshare site admit their situation was ‘too good to be true’
Forgot about these Budget changes? They kicked in yesterday
Here are the details.
So, how many people will earn over €200,000 next year?
Michael Noonan recently revealed how many people are expected to fall into each income bracket in 2015.
The latest tax defaulters list has five settlements of over €1m. Here they are...
In total almost €20m was collected.
Poll: Should the top rate of income tax or the USC be cut in the next Budget?
Which cut would be more beneficial for you?
Joan and Enda want to cut your taxes.. but they're not agreed on how to do it
The Taoiseach and Tánaiste have been talking tax in recent days.
Enda Kenny promises to cut income tax... if he's re-elected
He pledged to cut the marginal tax rate to 51%.
'The more bureaucrats the worse it will get' - Even Michael O'Leary hates Irish Water
The Ryanair boss took aim at the government for continuing to “piss away billions” despite the recession.
Remember those tax cuts most people scored in the Budget? Here's how much they cost
And how tweaking those changes would have shifted the Budget picture.
Water Charges relief on its way for those not on social welfare
The Finance Bill introduced today gives effect to measures introduced in Budget 2015.
When are the Budget changes kicking in?
Midnight tonight, or January 2015? Here are the latest details as we have them.
With 24 hours to go, here's what we know about the Budget so far...
The leaks are flowing now…
Enda Kenny hints at cut to top tax rate
“First step in a multi-annual plan…”
Think Ireland's income taxes are already too high? Try 60% for top earners
TASC wants anyone earning over €100,000 to get a higher tax rate to make things better for everyone else.
Cutting top rate of tax could give 'half of taxpayers' more money in their pocket
Ibec also believe it would help stem brain-drain.
Poll: Would you like to see income tax or the USC cut in the next Budget?
Which cut would be more beneficial for you?
Want a cut in income tax? It could mean tripling the property tax
A Department of Finance paper also found that the economy could be boosted by lowering the cost of credit for SMEs
Fantasy or reality? Pearse Doherty wanted to explain 'Shinnernomics', so here's what he said...
They’re the subject of much debate so we asked Sinn Féin a few questions about their budget proposals this week. Here’s what the party finance spokesperson said…
The world's most famous economist thinks the property tax is unfair*
*But only if you’re in negative equity.
Shinnernomics: Opponents call them fantasy, so how realistic are Sinn Féin's budget proposals?
The rise of Sinn Féin raises obvious questions about what they would do in government. We take a closer look at the party’s economic policies.
Would the Government's proposed tax cut actually help people?
A new research paper claims that the only beneficiaries would be those who earn a lot already.
Poll: Should Ireland bring in a tax on wealth?
Is it only fair to ask high earners to pull their weight? Or is it just too punitive?
Here's an interesting one, financially rewarding employees for saving costs
The American Chamber of Commerce says ‘gainsharing’ would stimulate the economy.
Noonan: Income tax burden will be eased next year, Gilmore: 'It's too soon to speculate'
The government has also committed to lowering the local property tax “where circumstances allow”.
Tax 'grinch' calls on government to hold off on cuts
Chambers Ireland chief wants to see more signs of recovery before easing tax burden.
Is it too expensive to do business in Ireland?
Cost savings are temporary without reform, IBEC says.
Noonan says income tax cuts are not a play for popularity
The Minister for Finance said once they have the resources, the Irish government will look to cutting income tax.
Taoiseach: We'll consider tax cuts next year, if we can afford it
Enda Kenny told CNBC News that “income tax levels are too high here”.
IBEC: Income tax reduction needed as employers can’t afford pay increases
Social Justice Ireland is calling for a system of refundable tax credits instead of a widening of tax bands.
€24.5m yielded by Revenue in compliance campaign for those with two pensions
Those in receipt of both State pensions and private occupational pensions are liable to pay income tax if their total income is above a certain level.