Wed, 08 Jul, 2020
Thu, 02 Jul, 2020
Digital publications will no longer be liable to pay Vat in the UK under new measures. This means that any digital publication, including books, newspapers, magazines, and academic journals, will no longer be charged Vat
Wed, 11 Mar, 2020
The Government should quickly tap its Brexit contingency fund to do more to promote the island abroad, as the amount spent by overseas tourists fell in 2019 for the first time in eight years, the head of the largest tourism business group has said.
Mon, 30 Dec, 2019
The government has been accused of “misusing” data protection rules and of “deception” in refusing to name lawyers paid over €7m to fight the EU's illegal state aid Apple tax case against Ireland.
Wed, 13 Nov, 2019
The Italian government looks sets to another collision course with the European Union as the commission seemed set to impose sanctions on the country over its budget deficit, sending Italian bond yields sharply higher.
Wed, 05 Jun, 2019
The senior barrister who led the prosecution team that secured the conviction of 50-year-old Patrick Quirke for the murder of Bobby ‘Mr Moonlight’ Ryan received more than €155,000 in fees for his work in the case.
Thu, 23 May, 2019
The IMF has aimed an early warning shot at Paschal Donohoe, telling the finance minister to avoid any more huge spending over-runs on healthcare and to get on with significant tax changes, including the local property tax, Vat, and the USC.
Sat, 11 May, 2019
CONSTRUCTION work will roll from one block to another at Cork city’s largest ever office scheme, Navigation Square, over the next three years, pledged developer Brian O’Callaghan this week.
Wed, 20 Mar, 2019
The joint owner of a fast food restaurant has received four prison sentences of four months for failing to lodge Vat returns, with a Judge saying the offences were “an affront” to taxpayers and “a betrayal” of those who bought their fish and chips there.
Wed, 13 Mar, 2019
THIS Government preaches fiscal responsibility from a high pulpit — but then it can be capable of collapsing like a cheap suit when demands for extra cash are put its way. We saw it this week, somewhat bizarrely, with a decision taken on vitamins.
Fri, 01 Mar, 2019
Knocking down and replacing isn’t anything at all new in Ireland’s house market, and especially so in rising and buoyant markets (current tail-end 2018 economic jitters notwithstanding,) all the more so again in strong, ‘bullet-proof’ locations.
Sat, 08 Dec, 2018