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# Michael McGrath

Last year
NCT will 'revisit' cashless decision if government mandates state bodies to accept cash
'Easier said than done': Micheál Martin on UK Labour leader's comments about reopening Brexit deal
ESB Group reports 30% rise in profits to €676 million in first six months of the year
Finance Minister rules out introduction of 30% income tax rate in this year's Budget
Property prices continue to rise, with the average house price now at €320,000
Minister calls on Pepper to be 'absolutely clear' with customers about new fixed mortgage interest rate
McGrath says Budget will be focused on cost of living and helping households with bills
Mica redress concrete levy to get amendment excluding precast products
Minister says €1 billion drop in corporation tax highlights ‘vulnerabilities’ in public finances
The government's blind devotion to Help to Buy has likely cost Irish taxpayers €240 million
Ireland's economy grew in the last quarter, new figures show
McGrath working on 'very targeted' measures to help mortgage holders with sky high interest rates
Tax breaks for landlords to be examined in Budget alongside renters’ tax credit, says minister
McGrath: Irish banks 'undoubtedly' enjoying huge profits but customers can do more with savings
Michael McGrath expects move by Irish banks to boost deposit rates
Bank of Ireland chief apologises for 'significant technical outage' on Tuesday
Finance Minister wants 'full account' of what happened with BOI glitch
Price growth slowed in July to 4.6% while the Irish economy grew by 3.3% in Q2
Finance Minister says final ‘mix’ of energy support not yet decided
Finance Minister brings RTÉ and TG4 under remit of NewERA
USC cuts, rent relief and housing for key workers: FF politicians put forward budget wish list
Finance Minister wants 'prudent' Budget as Taoiseach seeks threshold for higher tax rate at €50k
Supermarket sweeps: Aldi and Lidl respond as Tesco cuts prices on 700 products
Irish economy falls 4.6% in the first quarter of 2023, more than estimated by CSO
McGrath says he won't be 'bullied' by Fine Gael into tax cuts in next Budget
Changes to landlord tax treatment in next budget must be 'approached with caution', McGrath says
Defective Concrete Block scheme regulations should be ready 'in the next couple of weeks'
McGrath welcomes ruling ordering Pepper Finance to lower mortgage rate for borrower in insolvency
Ireland may join the likes of Norway and Saudi Arabia as sovereign wealth fund considered
Companies should pass on savings as costs fall, Donohoe says
Finance Minister 'not ruling out' additional measures to help people deal with cost-of-living
Government has cash at its disposal ahead of Budget 2024 with €16bn surplus for next year
Corporation tax up 71% in the first quarter of 2023 - but half of it is 'unlikely to be permanent'
15% corporation tax rate for large multinationals to be introduced from next January
Irish Financial Stability Group to monitor effects of SVB collapse on Ireland
Domestic economy entered 'technical recession' last year but is still up 8.2%
Taoiseach says windfall tax 'well advanced' and will be used to help families and businesses
Ireland has one of the highest per capita debt burdens in the world, around €44,250 per citizen
Taoiseach says some billionaires are all 'fur coat and no knickers'
Rate of inflation drops slightly to 8.2% in the year to December