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#Taxing matters

# taxing-matters - Thursday 7 October, 2021

Explainer: Why is Ireland about to raise its corporation tax rate from 12.5% to 15%?
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Explainer: Why is Ireland about to raise its corporation tax rate from 12.5% to 15%?

Oct 7th 2021, 5:40 PM 18,916 Views 23 Comments
  • After months of negotiating, the Government is expected to sign Ireland up to a new 15% global minimum rate of corporation tax.
  • There is considerable uncertainty about what the changes will mean for the Irish economy and public finances.
  • But it could be 2023 or 2024 by the time the new rules are actually implemented.

# taxing-matters - Thursday 30 September, 2021

US drugmaker Perrigo settles €1.6 billion Irish tax bill for under €300 million
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US drugmaker Perrigo settles €1.6 billion Irish tax bill for under €300 million

Updated Sep 30th 2021, 7:46 AM 27,327 Views 27 Comments

The firm was hit with a revised tax bill by the Revenue in 2018 over a transaction with rival pharma company Biogen.

# taxing-matters - Thursday 15 July, 2021

Amid pressure on Ireland, Donohoe 'won't speculate' on future position on corporation tax
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Amid pressure on Ireland, Donohoe 'won't speculate' on future position on corporation tax

Jul 15th 2021, 12:21 PM 9,985 Views 33 Comments

In its Summer Economic Statement, the Government has revised Irish growth projections upwards.

# taxing-matters - Wednesday 6 January, 2021

Received the PUP or the Covid wage subsidy? Next week, you'll find out what income tax you owe
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Received the PUP or the Covid wage subsidy? Next week, you'll find out what income tax you owe

Jan 6th 2021, 3:54 PM 235,769 Views 62 Comments

Here’s a quick guide to how the process will work.

# taxing-matters - Saturday 16 August, 2014

Why do we pay more VAT on hairdressing than we do on greyhounds?
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Why do we pay more VAT on hairdressing than we do on greyhounds?

Aug 16th 2014, 7:45 AM 10,533 Views 31 Comments

In the run-up to Budget 2015, Dr Daragh McGreal looks at the various arguments around lowering the rate of VAT.