Accountant Brian Murphy was charged in February 2014 with eleven offences under the 1997 Taxes Consolidation Act following an investigation by the Revenue Commissioners in relation to a VAT return made by SecureMed Ltd, a company of which Mr Murphy was, for a short time, a director and tax agent.

A High Court judge has cleared the way for the prosecution of an accountant for alleged revenue offences. A stay on that prosecution applies pending a(...)

German authorities have found signs of elevated pollutants in diesels from several carmakers

Volkswagen has set an end-November deadline for its whistleblower programme meant to encourage staff to reveal to hired investigators what they know a(...)

Trinity College  Dublin paid external consultants €2.8 million to assist in “change management”.

Trinity College Dublin paid external consultants €2.8 million to assist in “change management” at the university, figures released under the Freedom o(...)

Avarizia and Via Crucis, new  books on the Vatican by Emiliano Fittipaldi and Gianluigi Nuzzi, on display  in a bookshop in Naples. Photograph: Ciro Fusco/EPA

“And the Lord sent fiery serpents among the people, and they bit the people; and much people of Israel died.” It may just have been a coincidence but,(...)

Bloxham Stockbrokers was liquidated in 2012 after the Central Bank (above) discovered a €5.3 million hole in its accounts. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board (Carb) intends to investigate accountancy giant Deloitte over its role in the collapse of Bloxham Stockbrok(...)

Michael Noonan said the new tax credit is a central plank of the Government’s strategy for addressing criticism that risk-takers are being disadvantaged by the tax system

The Government achieved a rare feat by uniting many of the groups that vocally represent small businesses and entrepreneurs in praise of the budget. F(...)

Early learning: Sandy Bolger with her daughter, Daisy, and Michelle Moore, a home visitor with the Parent Child Home Programme. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It’s lunchtime in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) and “the suits”, as the locals call them, are emerging from office blocks(...)

Bricklayers work on the external facade of an apartment building at a  brown-field regeneration residential construction site in Acton, UK

There was nothing unusual about the meeting. In the days and weeks leading up to the Budget lobbyists representing all sectors of the economy make (...)

The University of Limerick (above) has  strongly denied the allegations regarding expenses claims and  said it welcomed the announcement of an  investigator being appointed. File photograph: Press 22

An external investigator is being appointed by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) to examine allegations of irregular expenses claims at the Univers(...)

Tallaght Cross West was built by Liam Carroll of Zoe Developments just before the property crash in 2008

A mixed-use retail and multi-family apartment development at Tallaght Cross West in Dublin 24 is to be offered for sale on behalf of Nama at over €80 (...)