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# Micheal McGrath

Last month
April 2024
Drop of 25% in corporate tax revenue due to 'technical factor', Michael McGrath says
This year
2024
Ireland's national debt one of the highest in the world at €42,000 per person
Tax receipts in January up by nearly 5% on same time last year, at €7.8 billion
A 'right to pay with cash' at some businesses is likely to be mandated this year
Record corporation tax returns last year, as McGrath forecasts improved living standards in 2024
Last year
2023
McGrath: Level of ‘exaggeration’ in vacancy estimates but collection of tax will increase
All time
Paschal Donohoe set for second term as Eurogroup president after running unopposed
Tax receipts climbed in the first three months of 2022 but figures are 'flattered' by Covid
'The banks took their money, turned their lives upside down, and shattered their dreams'
Rescued: The banking inquiry will now write a much shorter report
The 'farcical' Anglo loans inquiry could be on the verge of collapse
'Fine Gael don't care too much about ordinary people'
There's a "real risk" that the Banking Inquiry could collapse
'Ridiculous': The banking inquiry won't be able to discuss 30 minutes of a crucial Cabinet meeting