Michael Noonan

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Limerick Post
Special VAT rate could receive stay of execution - Limerick Post Newsamid fears over the full impact Brexit could have on the economy. Prior to his
Limerick Post / Posted yesterday
amid fears over the full impact Brexit could have on the economy. Prior to his retirement from the Finance portfolio, Michael Noonan said that he hoped the lower rate of VAT he introduced in 2011, would remain in place after next October’s... Read more
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The Irish Times
Government to spend €39m on resources to prepare for Brexiton part-time or ad hoc arrangements – to bolster Ireland’s negotiating team. I
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
on part-time or ad hoc arrangements – to bolster Ireland’s negotiating team. In Budget 2017, the then minister for finance Michael Noonan announced that the Taoiseach’s department, and Revenue would receive additional funding to “navigate the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Paschal Donohoe invites British chancellor to Dublin for Brexit talksDonohoe said. Meeting formally for the first time since Mr Donohoe took over t
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
Donohoe said. Meeting formally for the first time since Mr Donohoe took over the reins at the Department of Finance from Michael Noonan, the discussions with Mr Hammond lasted for just over an hour. “It was a very positive meeting. The three... Read more
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The Irish Times
Paschal Donohoe needs to offload his demon drink shareswhich he will inevitably have to give at some stage, ready: “I’m going to sell
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
which he will inevitably have to give at some stage, ready: “I’m going to sell the shares.” But he didn’t. He stumbled. Michael Noonan would never have made the same mistake. One of the things that makes Donohoe such an interesting pick for... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Spending plan to go ahead despite concernsausterity, but that only comes after the spending base was significantly raised
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
austerity, but that only comes after the spending base was significantly raised in the last two budgets by his predecessor, Michael Noonan. © Irish Examiner Ltd. All rights reserved More From The Irish Examiner Follow the Irish... Read more
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The Irish Times
Budget 2018 to have €300m for tax cuts and new spendingfrom the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, the operation of which was currentl
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
from the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, the operation of which was currently under review. Former minister for finance Michael Noonan had planned for the Government to set aside €1 billion each year for the rainy-day fund as a buffer against... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Government reveals plans to spend extra 1.5bn euro from 2019-2021in 2019 with 500 million euro pumped into the pot each year to help in a future
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
in 2019 with 500 million euro pumped into the pot each year to help in a future economic crisis. The previous plan under Michael Noonan proposed that about one billion euro a year would be put into the savings plan. Mr Donohoe said an extra 1.5... Read more
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The Irish Times
Budget 2018 will have just €300m for new measures€7.8 billion in 2021. That is 85 per cent higher than the outturn of €4.2 billi
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
€7.8 billion in 2021. That is 85 per cent higher than the outturn of €4.2 billion in 2016. Former minister for inance Michael Noonan had indicated that the Government would set aside €1 billion each year for the new rainy day fund as a buffer... Read more
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The Irish Times
Summer economic statement : Don’t expect major tax cutsproject plans. In terms of cash, it will spend a bit less putting money into a
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
project plans. In terms of cash, it will spend a bit less putting money into a rainy day fund, to which former minister Michael Noonan had promised to commit €1 billion a year from 2019 on. We are now told that €500 million will go into the fund... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Irish Tourism VAT Rate Has 'Done Its Job'Budget. The 2017 Budget, delivered in October 2016, again kept the measure in
Tax-News.com / Posted 10 days ago
Budget. The 2017 Budget, delivered in October 2016, again kept the measure in place. The Finance Minister at the time, Michael Noonan, stated that although the economic rationale for the reduced rate is no longer as strong, its retention is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Donohoe to slash cash to rainy day fund by halfGDP in 2018. Achieving this target would allow greater flexibility under EU rul
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
GDP in 2018. Achieving this target would allow greater flexibility under EU rules from 2019 . Former Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, had indicated that the Government would set aside €1 billion per year from 2019 on to a new rainy day fund,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Time to replace tourism’s VAT rate with targeted investmentcrash in late 2008 as tourism declined and Irish people slashed their spending
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
crash in late 2008 as tourism declined and Irish people slashed their spending on eating out and weekends away. In 2011, Michael Noonan introduced a special 9 per cent Vat rate to give the sector a leg-up and it’s worked a treat, as the figures... Read more
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Limerick Post
Fears grow 9 per cent VAT will be scrappedcent reduced VAT rate amid fears that the rate will be scrapped in October. Fo
Limerick Post / Posted 11 days ago
cent reduced VAT rate amid fears that the rate will be scrapped in October. Former Minister for Finance and Limerick TD Michael Noonan introduced the rate to bolster the ailing sector in the 2011 budget However, under new reviews, the new... Read more
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The Irish Times
Lower VAT rate for hospitality sector may be abolishedto announce this week that he will contribute around €1 billion into a so-calle
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
to announce this week that he will contribute around €1 billion into a so-called “rainy day” fund, out of €3 billion that was already earmarked by former minister Michael Noonan. The remainder will be allocated by Mr Donohoe towards infrastru... Read more
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The Irish Times
Time to stop scapegoating Airbnb and start building housesto the lobbying register, including private meetings between its chief financia
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
to the lobbying register, including private meetings between its chief financial officer and former minister for finance Michael Noonan. Airbnb is perfectly capable of minding itself. But let’s keep a sense of perspective here. It doesn’t mug... Read more
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Limerick Post
New food tour allows you take a bite out of County Limerickto offer with items such as freshly baked sourdough bread and Irish garlic whic
Limerick Post / Posted 19 days ago
to offer with items such as freshly baked sourdough bread and Irish garlic which sell out early.” It was Sharon’s husband Michael Noonan, the manager of Newcastle West’s Bank of Ireland, who encouraged the mum of two to create the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Inside Project Viking: Anatomy of deal to float AIBit was clear to everyone in the room that this was a precursor to a long-awaite
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
it was clear to everyone in the room that this was a precursor to a long-awaited IPO. While the then minister for finance, Michael Noonan, stuck to a script that he saw two “windows” to float AIB this year – in May/June or in the autumn – officials... Read more
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International Business Times
Ireland to sell more shares in bailed-out AIB after oversubscribed IPO 25% of its 99.9% stake in AIB, which overall is valued by City analysts at betw
International Business Times / Posted 26 days ago
25% of its 99.9% stake in AIB, which overall is valued by City analysts at between €12bn-€13bn. Ireland's finance minister Michael Noonan had previously pledged the government would not sell more than a 25% stake in any of its bank shareholdings by... Read more
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The Irish Times
Q&A: What you need to know about AIB’s IPOthe company runs into trouble. When will taxpayers recover all of the money tha
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
the company runs into trouble. When will taxpayers recover all of the money that AIB owes? Former minister for finance Michael Noonan has previously said that it could take up to a decade for the State to fully extricate itself from AIB. Having... Read more
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The Star
Ireland raises 3 bln euros from 'milestone' AIB salerepresents a significant milestone," Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said of t
The Star / Posted 30 days ago
represents a significant milestone," Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said of the long-awaited share sale his predecessor Michael Noonan launched in May. "This successful IPO has created a strong platform for the state to recover all the money it... Read more
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The Irish Times
What you need to know about AIB’s IPOthe company runs into trouble. When will taxpayers recover all of the money th
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
the company runs into trouble. When will taxpayers recover all of the money that AIB owes? Former minister for finance Michael Noonan has previously said that it could take up to a decade for the State to fully extricate itself from AIB. Having... Read more
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The Star
Ireland raises 3bil euros from 'milestone' AIB share salea significant milestone,” Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said of the long-awa
The Star / Posted 30 days ago
a significant milestone,” Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said of the long-awaited initial public offering his predecessor Michael Noonan launched in May. “This successful IPO has created a strong platform for the state to recover all the money it... Read more
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