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# Income Tax

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Revenue brings in €15.5m in three months of tax settlements
78 different settlements with tax defaulters raise €15.56m, with the largest single settlement reaching nearly €1.5m.
Income tax increases ‘not ruled out’ for December budget – Noonan
Michael Noonan tells the Dáil that the prospect of increasing income taxes for the first time in years isn’t off the table.
European Commission supports Ireland's bailout interest rate cut: Hayes
The junior minister said more work must be done to ensure a bailout rate cut, but said the Commission is on side.
Two questions you must ask your candidates when they knock on your door
Economist Ronan Lyons unveils the two questions every voter should ask when the election candidates come calling.
2010 tax take €703m ahead of forecasts, says Department
Ireland’s revenue was 2.3% ahead of planned, while spending only overran by 0.3% – but the deficit is still huge.
Budget 2011: Bumper payday for self-employed high earners
Self-employed single people earning over €200,150 a year will be better off in 2011, thanks to generous reform of the PRSI system.
Budget 2011: The first legislation 'to make families hungry'
The low paid, middle-incomes, families, social welfare recipients, the Taoiseach, the President: did only the TDs escape?
Found: the one person who's better off after Budget 2011
If you live at home, have no dependants, don’t pay a trade union subscription and are earning exactly €26,001 – congratulations. This Budget has left you better off.
Budget 2011 brings over 300,000 back into the tax net
What will it mean for you? Here’s our guide to all the hidden nasties in today’s Budget.
Budget 2011: Six things to expect
A quick, at-a-glance guide to what you can expect from today’s “Bludget”, with €6bn in adjustments coming your way.
FG and Labour launch alternative budget proposals
Fine Gael would hold off on increases to income tax until the economic recovery creates new jobs, according to its budget plan.
Ireland's budget deficit not as bad as suspected
Exchequer figures show income tax take is down – but corporation tax receipts were higher than expected in November.
What’s changing and when? A breakdown of the four year plan
A timeline of the government’s four year plan.
Four year plan includes tax hikes, VAT increase and huge spending cuts
The four year plan is here – and it’s not going to be pretty. Social welfare will be savaged, with big income tax hikes.
Exchequer figures reveal tax receipts ahead of schedule
Ireland raised €24.7bn in tax in the ten months up to October 31 – 1% higher than was expected.
ESRI calling for universal social charge
Institute urges Irish people to set up a ‘rainy day’ fund, and not to rely on property and pensions. It’s good advice – and only about four years too late.
Taxi drivers failing to pay tax
The revenue say 20% of drivers aren’t tax compliant.