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# Stamp Duty

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Dáil passes controversial amendment allowing cuckoo funds to avoid 10% stamp duty
The amendment passed despite Sinn Féin withdrawing from a pairing arrangement.
Dáil approves proposal for 10% stamp duty for bulk purchases of 10 or more properties
The tax change will be effective from tomorrow.
An Post acknowledges Irish spelling error on commemorative moon stamps
The series of stamps featured four Nasa astronauts with Irish ancestry.
Customers will be able to take a 6 month break from their health insurance without being penalised
The approval of the Health Insurance (Amendment) Bill 2017 today will result in better value for those who have private health insurance.
Budget 2018 is over - here are some important things you may have missed
Key details about tax – and tax avoidance – flew under the radar.
'We need bold measures': Government warned not to raise stamp duty in Budget
Estate agent Savills has urged the government not to raise stamp duty, while Guaranteed Irish wants a VAT cut on houses.
Government has 'no plans' to abolish stamp duty for tenants paying over €2,500 a month in rent
The Social Democrats has criticised the Government over the stamp duty limits.
Paying over €2,500 a month rent in a house share? Then you should be paying stamp duty
Stamp duty is the fee payable on the instruments used to transfer property.
This letter had a euro attached in place of a stamp, but An Post delivered it anyway
Hey, when you’re stuck, you’re stuck.
Deficit stands at €3.7 billion in latest exchequer returns
Tax revenue was ahead of target by €47 million with corporation tax surpassing its target by €147 million.
Government income for 2012 to fall short of Budget target
The first documents for Budget 2013 show the government expecting a 4.5 per cent increase in income tax in 2013.
Exchequer returns show €2.9 billion deficit due, in part, to payment to the ESM
Spending at the Department of Social Protection was more than expected, whereas the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation continues to underspend.
Osborne cuts corporate tax, creates credits for video game industry
Chancellor George Osborne has also raised the thresholds for income tax and child benefit, as well as hiking excise on cigarettes.
In bullet points: IBEC's plan to generate 25,000 jobs and €2.4bn in tax
The business group’s report on stimulating the domestic economy recommends changes to property tax, pensions, and social welfare payments.