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The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe presented his fourth Budget on Tuesday. As was well signalled, this Budget was framed against the backdrop of a potential no deal Brexit. Given the current reality of climate change, unsurprisingly climate related initiatives have featured prominently within the measures announced. The details announced also include certain tax increases, limited changes to personal tax, together with targeted measures for SMEs.
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The Restaurants' Association of Ireland (RAI) has called for changes in government policy to ensure that restaurants can stay viable.
Any hike in the current rate of carbon tax will attract VAT resulting in citizens paying 'a tax upon a tax', Sinn Féin Galway City East councillor Mairéad Farrell has warned.
January 2019 will see a complete new approach in how payroll functions. GPA Solutions has designed a two hour PAYE modernisation briefing which explains these changes and outlines what it means for the employee, the employer, and Revenue.
As Revenue pushes ahead with plans to modernise Ireland’s PAYE system early next year, a new survey from online accountancy software firm, Big Red Cloud, has found that confidence in the benefits of the changes to Ireland’s small business sector is wavering.
The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe presented his third Budget on Tuesday against the backdrop of continuing improved economic performance. Budget 2019 sees the distribution of the benefits of the improving economic conditions, mostly in the form of increased Government spending. Some of the key expenditure areas highlighted by the Minister included social and affordable housing, health and childcare, education, Brexit and climate change. On the tax front, there was a mixture of tax increases and modest tax reductions.
The elected members of Mayo County Council refused a call to raise the Local Property Tax (LPT) by 15 per cent at the September meeting of Mayo County Council.
Returns on deposit related products are at an all-time low with the average deposit rate being offered by various financial institutions hovering around 0.25%. Despite Deposit Interest Retention Tax (DIRT) of 41% being reduced to 39% from 1st January next, the return on your deposits are depressingly low.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe presented the first Budget of the Minority Government Fine Gael-Independent Coalition. Ministers Noonan and Donohoe announced that the total Budget package of €1.3bn favours expenditure increases over revenue reductions by three to one reflecting the Government’s commitment to rebuilding and investing in public services. More detail will be included in the Finance Bill to be published later this month.