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Government to consider EU’s windfall tax plans as part of budget
Will FF and FG rotate the finance ministry? Coalition partners to discuss matter amid tensions
Exchequer records surplus of €6.3 billion as coalition plots Budget to tackle cost of living crisis
Data centres are 'hugely important' to large employers in Ireland, says Donohoe
Donohoe announces plan for Vacant Property Tax as part of Budget 2023
Eamon Ryan: 'Utmost commitment' to deliver MetroLink following 8,000 submissions from public
'Difficult' to say whether Budget will leave people better off, says Donohoe
No sign of new living cost measures before Budget as Taoiseach says recession is a 'not a given'
Moving income tax credits and bands will improve take-home pay, says Donohoe
'President Higgins had to come out and call you to account': TDs attack Govt housing policy in Dáil
Ryan signals need for social welfare and tax changes to get country through 'very difficult period'
State's deficit drops by over €6 billion following conclusion of Covid-19 measures
'We won’t put your granny in prison for burning turf', says Ryan doubling down on no pause comments
Tax receipts climbed in the first three months of 2022 but figures are 'flattered' by Covid
Explainer: Was the USC meant to be a temporary measure?
Government slammed by opposition TDs as board of disabled drivers group resigns
Irish corporation tax revenues set to decline from 2023 onwards, says Donohoe
Ireland reports record €68.4 billion tax take for 2021 - an annual increase of almost 20%
State to sell 15% chunk of its AIB stake over the next six months, Donohoe announces
Irish economy to grow by 13.6% by end of 2021, as unemployment rate falls to 7%
Public finances continue to improve as deficit narrows to €4.9 billion
Government to keep wage subsidy scheme levels 'under review', says minister
Paschal Donohoe 'confident no one will undercut us' after Ireland adopts 15% corporate tax
Donohoe says Ireland won't lecture US on climate obligations as Treasury Secretary visits Dublin
Hospitality groups express disappointment at ending of reduced VAT rate next August
'The world is burning': Donohoe confirms further carbon tax increase by €7.50 per tonne
New zoned land tax branded a 'total joke' by opposition TDs
Pandemic wage subsidy scheme to be extended to April 2022, Donohoe confirms
Budget 2022 will be revealed today - here's a look at how things will unfold
NAMA makes €4.4 million payments to Revenue as part of two unprompted voluntary disclosures
Explainer: Why is Ireland about to raise its corporation tax rate from 12.5% to 15%?
‘Give it to those that suffered most’: Should a NI-style £100 voucher be introduced in Ireland?
Adults in Northern Ireland are being given free £100 vouchers to be spent before the end of November.
Sinn Féin is among those calling on the Government to create a similar initiative.
Stakeholders have raised some doubts about the programme, reports Céimin Burke.
Government should abandon plans for 'unaffordable tax cuts', says ICTU
"Permanent tax cuts" set out in the Summer Economic Statement are "unjustified", ICTU says.
Instead, Budget 2022 should prioritise spending on public services including early years care.
Government should phase out various reliefs related to Capital Acquisitions and Local Property taxes.
'I've been hacked': Coveney says he is being 'prudent' by clearing his phone regularly
'Chronic and worsening' supply crisis heaps pressure on renters as prices climb sharply
Any return of bonuses for top bankers 'would not be acceptable' to staff and public
Explainer: How does a new set of rules aim to make life tougher for rogue bankers?
Donohoe defends appointment of Zappone as UN special envoy for freedom of expression
Accountability regime for top bankers 'to be in place within 18 months'
Time limits on indoor dining set to be scrapped, but 11.30pm closing time to remain