# Paschal Donohoe

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Is housing the 'big winner' from the Government's Summer Economic Statement?
Under pressure to commit Ireland to corporation tax hike, Donohoe meets with US Treasury secretary Yellen
Houses damaged by mica will be exempt from Local Property Tax for six years, says Paschal Donohoe
Ireland is holding out on the historic global deal on corporate tax. Why? And at what cost?
Global corporation tax reform deal backed by 130 nations - but not Ireland
Banking on the short-term — The government is selling 'part' of its 13.9% stake in Bank of Ireland. But why now?
G7 countries move closer to 15% corporation tax plan as Finance Minister defends Ireland's 12.5% rate
Donohoe says government could lose up to €2.2bn a year in corporate tax revenue if G7 deal implemented
G7 leaders say a deal on minimum corporate tax rate of 15% 'in sight'
Explainer: What will the changes to the Local Property Tax mean for your yearly bill?
Owners of homes built since 2013 will be brought into the LPT net
Just over a third of people will see an increased charge, over half will see no change
The bands have been widened to account for surging house prices
Here are the new Local Property Tax bands
Local property tax surcharge for vacant properties under consideration as system set to be overhauled
Ireland's budgetary watchdog barks over 'large, permanent increases' in government spending
Donohoe says government's new housing measures will act as 'strong deterrent' to cuckoo funds
Over 25,000 people sign petition calling for government to scrap tax breaks for cuckoo funds
'Lingering resentment': Public trust in Irish banks remains low after 2008
Ministers meet to discuss cuckoo funds proposals but no definitive timeline yet on crackdown measures
Fianna Fáil's message to itself: Deliver housing now or face extinction at the next election
Investment funds buying whole estates is 'undesirable' and the government needs to act, says Leo Varadkar
Paschal Donohoe defends Ireland's corporation tax rate after US treasury secretary's remarks
Central Bank to tell committee stronger regulatory framework needed in wake of Davy controversy
A new public banking system in Ireland? The Government is being asked to revisit the idea
Stockbrokers Davy apologise for 'failures' after €4.1 million Central Bank fine
'A landmark deal': AIB agrees to buy stockbrokers Goodbody for €138 million
Finance Minister 'looking at ways' to keep money saved by people during pandemic in this country
January tax revenue down almost €520 million on same month last year
Paschal Donohoe: Irish economy to make ‘good recovery’ despite €35 billion rise in national debt
Biden administration could 'heighten' US engagement on global tax reform, says Paschal Donohoe
New deal: Private hospitals agree to provide 30% capacity as 1,180 people hospitalised with Covid-19
Ministers confident of financial 'firepower' to withstand Covid-19 in 2021 despite €19 billion deficit last year
Pandemic Unemployment Payment is subject to income tax, Dáil Finance Committee agrees
US 'deeply concerned' about EU data ruling, says Trump's Commerce Secretary
Ulster Bank tells Donohoe 'no decision' yet taken on its future amid reports it could be wound down
O'Brien says 'blanket' eviction ban to take effect while government will engage with banks on mortgage breaks
Morning Memo: The morning after a bonanza Budget and spotlight on the IMF's latest global forecast
Stay and Spend Scheme 'here to stay', say ministers
Explainer: How will motorists be affected by today's Budget announcements?
Most people on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment will get a Christmas bonus
Carbon tax: Petrol and diesel prices set to increase from midnight tonight
Incomings and outgoings: Here is a very (very) basic guide to the State's finances