Report suggests corporate tax take expected to remain high until 2020

The government has been told to expect the corporate tax intake to stay at its current high level until 2020 at least.

A report commissioned in the wake of the Apple tax ruling has today been published and says Ireland has no special deals with any one company.

This is despite the European Commission ordering Apple to pay €13.9bn in back taxes.

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe says independent Ministers who raised concerns about the Apple ruling should now study the findings.

Email Updates

Receive our lunchtime briefing straight to your inbox

Related Articles

Latest revenue report shows former fashion boutique owner hit by €3m bill after tax probe

More in this Section

Google agrees $1.1bn deal to buy part of device manufacturer HTC

Ryanair bosses and shareholders set to clash at AGM

US stocks wobble after fed announcement, but close higher

Sterling turns towards 15-month highs after strong retail sales data

Today's Stories

Trump in new sanctions on trade with North Korea

EU tax plan for online giants

Key agri-food industry has to plan for uncertain times

Google snares HTC talent


Getting clean and lean: James Duigan on the simplicity of changing your food habits

Ask Audrey: You’re 9 on the Crazy Scale, where 1 is sane and 10 is flying with Ryanair

Get out and enjoy: What's on offer for Culture Night?

Upper crusts: Eight sourdough breads tested

More From The Irish Examiner