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Irish Examiner
Brexit likely to cost Irish Government €3.2bnfalls. Bank of Ireland shares finished down almost 21%, while shares in PTSB f
Brexit likely to cost Irish Government €3.2bn
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 hours ago
falls. Bank of Ireland shares finished down almost 21%, while shares in PTSB fell by more than 19.5%. Finance Minister Michael Noonan moved to allay fears, but conceded “there are several downsides” to the result for Ireland. He insisted the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor: Brexit means risk, uncertainty and negativity for the economyrelationship with a country with which we trade some €1.2 billion of goods and
Cliff Taylor: Brexit means risk, uncertainty and negativity for the economy
The Irish Times / Posted 13 hours ago
relationship with a country with which we trade some €1.2 billion of goods and services each week. The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan played a straight bat on Friday, highlighting the strengths of the economy and its growth rate, but his... Read more
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Swissinfo
Sinn Fein calls for Irish unity poll as Brexit fallout beginsIreland's benchmark 10-year bonds [IE10YT=TWEB] was marginally higher at a near
Sinn Fein calls for Irish unity poll as Brexit fallout begins
Swissinfo / Posted 18 hours ago
Ireland's benchmark 10-year bonds [IE10YT=TWEB] was marginally higher at a near record low 0.78 percent. Finance Minister Michael Noonan said earlier this week that an estimated cumulative Brexit-related hit on the Irish economy of as much as 1.6... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ireland braces itself for political and economic turmoil after Brexitpeace in British-ruled Northern Ireland. "The downside is definite and the ups
Ireland braces itself for political and economic turmoil after Brexit
Canberra Times / Posted 21 hours ago
peace in British-ruled Northern Ireland. "The downside is definite and the upside is speculative," Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told parliament as Britain voted on Thursday, referring to the potential upside that some companies keen to... Read more
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RTE News
Brexit: What does it mean for Ireland?of all is whether the UK will remain part of the Single Market which is the EU'
Brexit: What does it mean for Ireland?
RTE News / Posted 21 hours ago
of all is whether the UK will remain part of the Single Market which is the EU's free trade area. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has already said that he would prefer if the UK was to remain in the free trade bloc. However, that decision... Read more
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Reuters
Ireland braces itself for 'definite' downside of BrexitIreland's Finance Minister Michael Noonan attends an interview with Reuters at
Ireland braces itself for 'definite' downside of Brexit
Reuters / Posted 22 hours ago
Ireland's Finance Minister Michael Noonan attends an interview with Reuters at his office in central Dublin February 11, 2014. DUBLIN Ireland is bracing itself for damaging economic and political fallout from the decision by Britain, its nearest... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Government pressured to tackle rising motor insurancepart of the household budget and the kind of increases we have seen have a seri
Government pressured to tackle rising motor insurance
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
part of the household budget and the kind of increases we have seen have a serious impact”. She said Finance Minister Michael Noonan had asked his officials to examine the causes of the increasing cost of insurance. Mr McGrath said “concern... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dáil to vote on commission of inquiry into Namaon the issue and it will be voted on by the Dáil next week The Wexford TD yest
Dáil to vote on commission of inquiry into Nama
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
on the issue and it will be voted on by the Dáil next week The Wexford TD yesterday again asked Minister for Finance Michael Noonan to establish a commission of investigation into Nama. He claimed the Government has been happy to leave... Read more
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RTE News
Minister opposes moratorium on house repossessionsMinister for Finance Michael Noonan has said he opposes the introduction of a m
Minister opposes moratorium on house repossessions
RTE News / Posted yesterday
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said he opposes the introduction of a moratorium on home repossessions due to the risks it poses for the mortgage market. Responding to Social Democrats TD Stephen Donnelly, Minister Noonan explained; "to... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Opposition slam 'woefully inept' Govt reponse to rising motor insurance premiumspart of the household budget and the kind of increases we have seen have a seri
Opposition slam 'woefully inept' Govt reponse to rising motor insurance premiums
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
part of the household budget and the kind of increases we have seen have a serious impact". She said Finance Minister Michael Noonan has has asked his officials to examine the factors which contribute to the increasing cost of... Read more
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The Irish Times
NI Finance Minister releases more information on Nama saleand by developing the Belfast-Dublin economic corridor and the northwest gatewa
NI Finance Minister releases more information on Nama sale
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
and by developing the Belfast-Dublin economic corridor and the northwest gateway,” Mr Mr Ó Muilleoir said. Meanwhile Michael Noonan also described his meeting with the North’s first Sinn Féin Finance Minister as “positive”. “I look forward... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Irish contingency fund plans could be hit by Brexit Michael Noonan, the Irish finance minister, said the amount of money Ireland se
EU referendum: Irish contingency fund plans could be hit by Brexit
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Michael Noonan, the Irish finance minister, said the amount of money Ireland sets aside for a contingency plan could be limited if Britain chooses to leave the European Union on Thursday (23 June). A Brexit scenario could see Ireland's gross... Read more
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The Irish Times
Broker predicts Government will fall at budget hurdlefailing to get its first Budget across the line. Launching yesterday’s Summer
Broker predicts Government will fall at budget hurdle
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
failing to get its first Budget across the line. Launching yesterday’s Summer Economic Statement, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said he was proceeding on the basis the Government would last for at least three years. However, Investec... Read more
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RTE News
Noonan stresses 'prudent economic management'Finance Minister Michael Noonan has warned that prudent economic management is
Noonan stresses 'prudent economic management'
RTE News / Posted 2 days ago
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has warned that prudent economic management is needed following the trauma of the last five years. Mr Noonan said we now need to be careful "not to kill the goose that lays the golden egg". He said this meant it was... Read more
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The Irish Times
Broker predicts Government will fall at first budgetary hurdlefailing to get its first Budget across the line. Launching yesterday’s Summer
Broker predicts Government will fall at first budgetary hurdle
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
failing to get its first Budget across the line. Launching yesterday’s Summer Economic Statement, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said he was proceeding on the basis the Government would last for at least three years. However, Investec... Read more
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The Irish Times
JP McManus wants Revenue letter rejected in $5.2m tax caseavoider. The IRS is accused of “intellectual dishonesty” in the way it portray
JP McManus wants Revenue letter rejected in $5.2m tax case
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
avoider. The IRS is accused of “intellectual dishonesty” in the way it portrayed to the court past public statements by Michael Noonan, the Minister for Finance, concerning whether the levy is an income tax or a wealth tax. Mr McManus says the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Cabinet plans to spend on services and ‘rainy day’ fundspending. But the message was two-fold, for observers who might think that the
Cabinet plans to spend on services and ‘rainy day’ fund
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
spending. But the message was two-fold, for observers who might think that the boom times are back. Finance Minister Michael Noonan announced that a “rainy day” fund of €1bn a year will become available from 2019. This is when EU restrictions... Read more
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RTE News
EU tariffs would be 'insane' if UK backs Brexitfor Finance this evening said he is optimistic Britain will vote to remain in t
EU tariffs would be 'insane' if UK backs Brexit
RTE News / Posted 3 days ago
for Finance this evening said he is optimistic Britain will vote to remain in the EU. Speaking on RTÉ’s Six One News, Michael Noonan said it is important for Ireland that the single market with the UK continues. Mr Noonan said that in any... Read more
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The Irish Times
Brexit has potential to wipe out Government’s fiscal spaceGDP metrics, which is more than the Government’s planned budgetary adjustment f
Brexit has potential to wipe out Government’s fiscal space
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
GDP metrics, which is more than the Government’s planned budgetary adjustment for 2017and 2018. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan acknowledged the potential impact on Ireland of the UK voting to leave but insisted the fall-off in Irish GDP... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Government planning to introduce rainy day fund by 2019planning to introduce rainy day fund by 2019 Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 04:39 pm
Government planning to introduce rainy day fund by 2019
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
planning to introduce rainy day fund by 2019 Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 04:39 pm The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said the Government is planning to introduce a rainy day fund to help balance the economy when... Read more
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The Irish Times
Government to have €1bn for tax cuts and spending in budgetstart of the year and reflects the current strength of the economy. In the sum
Government to have €1bn for tax cuts and spending in budget
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
start of the year and reflects the current strength of the economy. In the summer economic statement, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said the State’s budgetary position was now on a safe and sustainable path. He said a particular focus of tax... Read more
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RTE News
Government to pay into 'Rainy Day Fund' by 2019remaining €3 billion will go into the rainy day fund. Publishing the Summer Ec
Government to pay into 'Rainy Day Fund' by 2019
RTE News / Posted 3 days ago
remaining €3 billion will go into the rainy day fund. Publishing the Summer Economic Statement for 2016, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said it shows that the country's budgetary position is set on a "safe and sustainable path". The Ministers... Read more
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The Irish Times
Want lower mortgages rates? Repossess more housesloan rates, were damaging competition and contributing to higher mortgage costs
Want lower mortgages rates? Repossess more houses
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
loan rates, were damaging competition and contributing to higher mortgage costs, Mr McQuinn said. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said last month that the Government was unlikely to start selling down its stake in AIB, which cost €21... Read more
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The Irish Times
Summer statement to herald spending increases ahead of budgetstatement, to be delivered this afternoon by Minister for Public Expenditure Pa
Summer statement to herald spending increases ahead of budget
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
statement, to be delivered this afternoon by Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohue and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, will identify scope for spending increases and tax cuts in the budget of over €900 million, it is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Spring statement to herald spending increases ahead of budgetstatement, to be delivered this afternoon by Minister for Public Expenditure Pa
Spring statement to herald spending increases ahead of budget
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
statement, to be delivered this afternoon by Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohue and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, will identify scope for spending increases and tax cuts in the budget of over €900 million, it is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Low rate of repossessions linked to higher mortgagesloan rates, were damaging competition and contributing to higher mortgage costs
Low rate of repossessions linked to higher mortgages
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
loan rates, were damaging competition and contributing to higher mortgage costs, Mr McQuinn said. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said last month that the Government was unlikely to start selling down its stake in AIB, which cost €21... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Double fine for drivers to avoid penalty point court appearancesa memo to Cabinet on the citizens’ convention to look into the Eighth Amendment
Double fine for drivers to avoid penalty point court appearances
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
a memo to Cabinet on the citizens’ convention to look into the Eighth Amendment. It is expected that Finance Minister Michael Noonan will also provide details on the summer economic statement which is also due to be released tomorrow. Revised... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Double fines for drivers to avoid a court appearance in penalty point casesa memo to Cabinet on the citizens’ convention to look into the Eighth Amendment
Double fines for drivers to avoid a court appearance in penalty point cases
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
a memo to Cabinet on the citizens’ convention to look into the Eighth Amendment. It is expected that Finance Minister Michael Noonan will also provide details on the summer economic statement which is also due to be released tomorrow. Revised... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nearsthe decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nears
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
the decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe that opened in 2014, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Bloomberg on Thursday in Luxembourg that the commission may publish a decision in July, though "we don't... Read more
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WA Today
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nearsthe decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nears
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
the decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe that opened in 2014, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Bloomberg on Thursday in Luxembourg that the commission may publish a decision in July, though "we don't... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nearsthe decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nears
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
the decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe that opened in 2014, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Bloomberg on Thursday in Luxembourg that the commission may publish a decision in July, though "we don't... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nearsthe decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nears
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
the decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe that opened in 2014, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Bloomberg on Thursday in Luxembourg that the commission may publish a decision in July, though "we don't... Read more
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The Age
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nearsthe decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe
Ireland and Apple brace for the worst as tax endgame nears
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
the decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe that opened in 2014, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Bloomberg on Thursday in Luxembourg that the commission may publish a decision in July, though "we don't... Read more
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The Irish Times
Forecasts show additional wriggle room in October’s budgetbe significantly higher than the department’s estimate, and is still likely to
Forecasts show additional wriggle room in October’s budget
The Irish Times / Posted 7 days ago
be significantly higher than the department’s estimate, and is still likely to be below €1 billion. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan gave an indication of the improving picture when he said in Luxembourg this year’s deficit was now likely to... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Noonan: EC Decision On Apple Expected Next MonthEC Decision On Apple Expected Next Monthby Jason Gorringe, Tax-News.com, London
Noonan: EC Decision On Apple Expected Next Month
Tax-News.com / Posted 7 days ago
EC Decision On Apple Expected Next Monthby Jason Gorringe, Tax-News.com, London17 June 2016 Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said that the European Commission could publish the results of its investigation into a tax ruling handed... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ireland keen to keep UK in single market regardless of EU referendum vote The Republic's Minister for Finance Michael Noonan played down earlier tough
Ireland keen to keep UK in single market regardless of EU referendum vote
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
The Republic's Minister for Finance Michael Noonan played down earlier tough comments from Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, who previously said the UK would be... Read more
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Accounting Today
Ireland and Apple Brace for the Worst as Tax Endgame Nearsthe decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe w
Ireland and Apple Brace for the Worst as Tax Endgame Nears
Accounting Today / Posted 8 days ago
the decision? In the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision on a probe which opened in 2014, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Bloomberg on Thursday in Luxembourg that the commission may publish a decision sometime in July, though... Read more
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RTE News
Apple tax probe verdict could come next monthmay deliver its verdict on Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland as soon as next
Apple tax probe verdict could come next month
RTE News / Posted 8 days ago
may deliver its verdict on Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland as soon as next month, according to Finance Minister Michael Noonan, offering the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision. European authorities opened the probe in 2014,... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Apple tax probe verdict may come next month Irish Finance Minister Noonan says – MacDailyNewsdeliver its verdict on Apple Inc.’s tax arrangements in Ireland as soon as next
Apple tax probe verdict may come next month Irish Finance Minister Noonan says – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 8 days ago
deliver its verdict on Apple Inc.’s tax arrangements in Ireland as soon as next month, according to Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan, offering the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision,” Stephanie Bodoni reports for Bloomberg. Bodoni... Read more
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The Irish Times
EU may rule on Apple tax case next monthmay rule on Apple tax case next month EU found against Ireland in initial findi
EU may rule on Apple tax case next month
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
may rule on Apple tax case next month EU found against Ireland in initial findings on Apple in 2014 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan says there is speculation that the European Commission is to decide next month on whether Apple’s tax dealings... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Trump denies snub after Ireland is left off his tour itinerarybought Doonbeg for about €15m (£11.6m) and visited in 2014, the red carpet was
Trump denies snub after Ireland is left off his tour itinerary
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
bought Doonbeg for about €15m (£11.6m) and visited in 2014, the red carpet was rolled out for him, with Finance Minister Michael Noonan among dignitaries who waited on the Tarmac in Shannon to shake his hand. Mr Trump vowed to invest up to €45... Read more
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heraldscotland
Donald Trump: I've not snubbed Irelandfor about 15 million euro (£11.6 million) and visited in 2014, the red carpet w
Donald Trump: I've not snubbed Ireland
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
for about 15 million euro (£11.6 million) and visited in 2014, the red carpet was rolled out for him with Finance Minister Michael Noonan among dignitaries who waited on the tarmac in Shannon to shake his hand. Mr Trump vowed to invest up to 45... Read more
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heraldscotland
Donald Trump could still visit Ireland during transatlantic golf courses tourfor about 15 million euro (£11.6 million) and visited in 2014, the red carpet w
Donald Trump could still visit Ireland during transatlantic golf courses tour
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
for about 15 million euro (£11.6 million) and visited in 2014, the red carpet was rolled out for him with Finance Minister Michael Noonan among dignitaries who waited on the tarmac in Shannon to shake his hand. Mr Trump vowed to invest up to 45... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Donald Trump could still visit Ireland during transatlantic golf courses tourbought Doonbeg for about 15 million euro and visited in 2014, the red carpet wa
Donald Trump could still visit Ireland during transatlantic golf courses tour
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
bought Doonbeg for about 15 million euro and visited in 2014, the red carpet was rolled out for him with Finance Minister Michael Noonan among dignitaries who waited on the tarmac in Shannon to shake his hand. Mr Trump vowed to invest up to 45... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
US Presidential candidate Donald Trump insists he has not snubbed Irelandfor about 15 million euro (£11.6 million) and visited in 2014, the red carpet w
US Presidential candidate Donald Trump insists he has not snubbed Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
for about 15 million euro (£11.6 million) and visited in 2014, the red carpet was rolled out for him with Finance Minister Michael Noonan among dignitaries who waited on the tarmac in Shannon to shake his hand. Mr Trump vowed to invest up to 45... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Michael Noonan aiming to give Dáil same information as ministers on Budget day | Irish Examiner Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 11:53 am Every TD will be give
Michael Noonan aiming to give Dáil same information as ministers on Budget day
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 11:53 am Every TD will be given access to the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Govt to publish summer economic statement on 'fiscal space' next week'fiscal space' next week Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 12:29 pm By Juno McEnroe,
Govt to publish summer economic statement on 'fiscal space' next week
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
'fiscal space' next week Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 12:29 pm By Juno McEnroe, Political Correspondent Finance Minister Michael Noonan has cautioned against rushing into a referendum on lifting constitutional constraints restricting Opposition... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Irish Gov't Consults On Financial Institutions Levyin 2013 as a temporary measure that was due to expire at the end of 2016. In hi
Irish Gov't Consults On Financial Institutions Levy
Tax-News.com / Posted 10 days ago
in 2013 as a temporary measure that was due to expire at the end of 2016. In his October 2015 Budget, Finance Minister Michael Noonan announced that the levy will be extended to 2021, subject to a review of how it is calculated. The levy is... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Ireland Mulls Axing Tourism VAT Tax Breaktax rate (VAT) for the hospitality sector has "done its job," according to a br
Ireland Mulls Axing Tourism VAT Tax Break
Tax-News.com / Posted 10 days ago
tax rate (VAT) for the hospitality sector has "done its job," according to a brief prepared for Finance Minister Michael Noonan. The brief, prepared upon Noonan's re-appointment to the Finance Department last month, was published on June... Read more
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The Irish Times
Eight combustible areas that require Michael Noonan’s attentionBriefing notes given by senior Government officials to the reappointed Minister
Eight combustible areas that require Michael Noonan’s attention
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
Briefing notes given by senior Government officials to the reappointed Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, provide a window into the thinking of this key department and the issues they believe are facing the economy. They highlight clearly the key... Read more
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