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# Tax bill

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US drugmaker Perrigo settles €1.6 billion Irish tax bill for under €300 million
The firm was hit with a revised tax bill by the Revenue in 2018 over a transaction with rival pharma company Biogen.
Explainer: What will the changes to the Local Property Tax mean for your yearly bill?
All properties are set to be revalued for the charge on 1 November.
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
Michael Pidgeon: Why the left - including Sinn Féin - should support property taxes
People who have bought new homes since 2013 will now have to pay property tax
Revenue hits international pharma company with €1.6 billion tax demand
The matter relates to the 2013 sale by Elan of the intellectual property the MS drug Tysabri.
A well-known Wicklow cosmetic surgery has been hit with a big tax bill
The Avoca Clinic was ordered to pay €138,000, according to the latest tax defaulters list.
Man Utd alter Chelsea preparations as Mourinho court date looms
The Red Devils have not confirmed if their manager will attend a hearing in Spain on Friday, but their usual pre-match news conference has been moved.
CAB seize 125 cattle after 11-year investigation into Kilkenny farmer
The livestock will serve as part-payment of his €4 million bill.
An Irish oil company has agreed to a €220 million tax bill to Uganda
Uganda represents a huge emerging market for oil exploration.
Hearts get reprieve after agreeing tax deal
Edinburgh club have been given a lifeline until Friday.
Don't sell the silverware: Ospreys avoid winding up order
The RaboDirect Pro12 champions have come to an agreement with revenue officials in the United Kingdom.
Rangers cannot be allowed to go bust, says Salmond
Scotland’s First Minister has encouraged the Revenue and Rangers to come to an agreement which would ensure that club’s survival.
Rangers signal intent to enter administration
The Ibrox club are awaiting the verdict of a tax tribunal which could cost club around £50million.
Ombudsman raises concerns over Revenue contact with tax-compliant pensioners
Meanwhile, Revenue officials are expected to come before an Oireachtas committee this week over the controversy.
Supporters send cash to cover dissident artist Ai Weiwei's €1.7m tax bill
The Chinese artist said last week he has been issued with a tax bill and fines of 15 million yuan.
Tax bill arrives 60 years after man's death
A French woman has received a tax bill for her grandfather, who died in 1949.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In your bank holiday Saturday Fix: Strike looms at Aer Lingus; the high-price of government advice; U2′s controversial Glastonbury appearance; a hair-raising announcement from Wayne Rooney; and the accidental Facebook party.