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Galway hotel outlook for 2024 remains bright

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From an economic perspective the outlook for the Galway hotel sector remains positive. The latest Irish labour market data show all-time high employment of 2.71 million across the economy while average weekly earnings grew by 4.6 per cent compared to the same period in 2022, both of which supports the outlook for leisure spending in the county.

Naughten implores cutting of VAT and PRSI rates to assist struggling SMEs in region

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has called for VAT and PRSI rate reductions to be introduced before Easter to offer a lifeline for business within the region.

Cut VAT and PRSI rates for struggling SMEs by Easter, say Regional TDs

Local TD Noel Grealish has called for reductions for VAT and PRSI rates for businesses to be introduced before Easter to offer a lifeline for businesses.

Budget 2024

The Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, presented the fourth Budget of the coalition Government on Tuesday. This Budget was framed against a backdrop of the ongoing war in the Ukraine, concerns about persistent inflation and the perceived windfall nature of corporation tax receipts.

Galway hotels and guesthouses appeal to politicians to not increase VAT on hospitality and tourism

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I am writing on behalf of Galway hotels and guesthouses, representing 88 local businesses, to highlight our growing concerns about plans in September to increase consumer taxes on Irish hospitality and tourism.

Over 65 percent of restaurants concerned they may close

A new survey by Kroll risk and financial advisory solutions has revealed fresh fears that restaurants and other businesses in the hospitality sector may be forced to close in the coming 12 months as a result of inflationary and staffing pressures.

Galway hoteliers welcome extension of tourism vat rate

Galway hoteliers have welcomed the Government’s decision to extend the nine per cent tourism VAT rate and reform the energy support scheme for businesses.

Hoteliers welcome extension of 9% tourism VAT rate and energy supports

Westmeath hoteliers have welcomed the Government’s decision to extend the 9% tourism VAT rate and reform the energy support scheme for businesses.

Westmeath hotels respond to latest Red C poll on nine percent tourism VAT

In response to the latest Business Post/Red C poll, the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) has renewed its call on the Government to retain the 9% tourism VAT rate.

Westmeath hoteliers welcome Government stance to retain nine percent tourism VAT

Westmeath hoteliers have welcomed recent comments by Minister for Tourism, Deputy Catherine Martin, that she will continue to seek a further extension of the 9% VAT rate for the tourism and hospitality sector in Ireland

 

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