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As part of the Jobs Initiative outlined by the new Government earlier this year, a second reduced VAT rate of nine per cent is to be introduced from July 1 2011 to December 31 2013 to help the economy grow and increase job creation, especially in the tourism sector.
If you’re interested in exploring spread trading as a way to try and make a few extra euros, MarketSpreads.ie is hosting a trader forum in the Radisson, Athlone on Wednesday February 16 at 1pm. The session will cover beginner strategies, trader styles, risk management, technical analysis, and much more.
A tax relief scheme for the long-term unemployed, worth up to €30,000 if they return to work, is not being properly promoted by the Government or Revenue, said Fine Gael Seanad Enterprise Spokesman John Paul Phelan.
An important change in stamp duty was announced in last week’s Budget, according to Michelle Burke of Premier Properties.
Kilkenny’s local authorities need to listen more to traders before enforcing new systems, rules or regulations in the future, Fine Gael Senator, John Paul Phelan, has urged.
It can certainly be said that the year to date at Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip has been eventful. While core values seem to have returned to the property market in Galway, the city-based firm’s two generations of experience has seen it come through this tough period in the Irish economy. Having tailored their business to match the times we are in, the team in Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip know that, as history has shown, the market will turn again.
Retail traders failing to comply with consumer rights are being pursued with gusto by the National Consumer Agency which has just released its most recent data for prosecutions.
A stall operator was fined €750 at Galway District Court this week for exposing for sale a number of counterfeit hoodies and shirts which illegally bore the trade marks of some top sporting brands.
Communication with local residents and business people will be crucial in order to ensure road closures for this year’s European Triathlon Championships are carried out with minimal disruption.
Kilkenny’s popular weekly farmers market faces into an uncertain future over the coming weeks as traders continue to lobby local councillors for a move out into the open.