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Galway hoteliers welcome pro-tourism Budget measures

Galway hoteliers have welcomed the announcement by Minister Noonan to retain the nine per cent tourism VAT rate and look forward to working with the Government to increase employment in the sector.

Cllr Mannion urges Minister to protect jobs by retaining low VAT rate

The Minister for Finance is being urged to either retain the nine per cent VAT rate or introduce a lower rate in support of the hospitality and tourism sectors as well as retaining and creating jobs.

Small businesses overpaying VAT by up to €14,000

Irish businesses are overpaying thousands of euro in VAT due to a lack of familiarity with the complexities of Ireland’s VAT regime, according to research conducted by business software and services provider Sage.

Athlone Chamber backs 9 per cent VAT rate

The Restaurant Association of Ireland launched their ‘Keep VAT at 9%’ campaign in Sirocco’s Restaurant in Tullamore last week.

Six Galway settlements on latest tax defaulters’ list

Six Galway individuals made tax settlements in the first quarter of this year, the latest list of tax defaulters published by the Revenue Commissioners reveal.

Ó Cuív calls on Noonan to pay compensation to charities

Charities that have collected donations from the public via text messages deserve to be paid compensation where phone companies have charged VAT on the texts.

When is it time to say enough is enough?

The deadline is looming for every house owner in Ireland to pay the new property tax, and understandably people are asking: when does it stop?

When is it time to say enough is enough?

The deadline is looming for every house owner in Ireland to pay the new property tax, and understandably people are asking: when does it stop?

Dismal start to new year for retail outlets

Retail Ireland, the IBEC group that represents the retail sector, this week said that new CSO retail sales figures highlighted a pretty dismal start to the year for Irish retailers and suggested many consumers had made purchases in November and December to avoid the January VAT hike.

Increase in standard rate of VAT from next week

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After much speculation, Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, confirmed that the standard rate of Irish VAT is to increase from 21 per cent to 23 per cent with effect from midnight 31 December 2011. This VAT rate change is earlier than set out by the Government under the National Recovery Plan where it stated that the standard rate of VAT would only increase to 23 per cent in 2014.

 

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