Tech giants’ taxation must change, says France

Tech giants’ taxation must change, says France

The low level of taxes paid by major tech companies headquartered in Ireland came under fresh attack yesterday from France’s finance minister, who said the regime must change.

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Exchequer takes in first of corporate tax windfalls

Exchequer takes in first of corporate tax windfalls

The exchequer brought in much less in Vat receipts than it anticipated in October, while corporation tax receipts surged as the Government, as it had anticipated, got the first of its huge windfalls made up of advance payments by multinationals.

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Ireland the biggest corporate tax haven in the world, report finds

Ireland the biggest corporate tax haven in the world, report finds

Ireland is being described as the biggest corporate tax haven in the world.

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Corporation tax volatility will lead to ‘inevitable fall’

Corporation tax volatility will lead to ‘inevitable fall’

The “wind is at our backs” in relation to corporation tax yield but “it cannot continue indefinitely”, the head of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has warned.

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Ireland ‘will not participate’ in any attempt for EU-wide corporation tax rate

Ireland ‘will not participate’ in any attempt for EU-wide corporation tax rate

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has warned the European colleagues Ireland "will not participate" in any EU attempt to alter our coveted corporate tax rate.

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New report on Corporate Tax criticised for not addressing tax loopholes

New report on Corporate Tax criticised for not addressing tax loopholes

A new report on Corporate Tax has been criticised for not recommending ways of ending loop holes in the system.

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Fine Gael to oppose move to harmonise corporation tax ‘through the back door’

Fine Gael to oppose move to harmonise corporation tax ‘through the back door’

The Fine Gael MEP group has today confirmed its opposition to proposals contained in a new EU report, saying it represents a further EU push for tax harmonisation.

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OECD releases recommendations on overhauling corporation tax

OECD releases recommendations on overhauling corporation tax

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has unveiled its recommendations on overhauling global corporation tax.

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Bruton rejects Obama's criticism of Ireland's tax regime

Enterprise chiefs have defended luring companies to Ireland after US president Barack Obama accused multinationals of relocating to exploit unpatriotic tax loopholes.

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Obama criticises companies 'magically becoming Irish'

Obama criticises companies 'magically becoming Irish'

The US President has singled out Ireland in his criticism of American multinationals that move to other countries to cut their tax bill.

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Noonan: Misinformation about corporation tax has damaged Ireland's reputation

Noonan: Misinformation about corporation tax has damaged Ireland's reputation

Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said that Ireland's reputation abroad has been damaged by "misinformation" about our corporate tax rate.

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Kenny defends Irish tax regime

Kenny defends Irish tax regime

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has fiercely defended Ireland’s tax regime after Europe’s top competition authority launched a probe into its dealings with multinational companies.

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Man due in Cork court in connection with killing at apartment complex

Man due in Cork court in connection with killing at apartment complex

A 27-year-old man is due to appear in court in Cork this morning, in connection with an assault on a man whose body was found in a refuse chute in an apartment complex in the city.

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