It is estimated that the tobacco could have cost the exchequer about €1 million in lost taxes. Photograph: Revenue

Three tonnes of tobacco worth an estimated €1.2 million has been seized from an illegal tobacco factory in Dundalk. The tobacco was discovered at a pr(...)

Launched with some aplomb in last year’s Budget, the home renovation incentive (HRI) scheme is now up and running, with the Revenue Commissioner’s new(...)

The property tax  compliance rate for 2014 stood at about 88 per cent in late March.

A total of €157 million in local property tax was collected by Revenue last month as the deadline for paying the tax approached. Homeown(...)

Eleven people were arrested after searches in the Kilrush area of Co Clare this morning as part of an ongoing investigation into unlawful moneylending.

Eleven people were arrested after searches in the Kilrush area of Co Clare this morning as part of an ongoing investigation into unlawful moneylending(...)

Revenue’s large cases division is monitoring any evidence of “aggressive tax planning” among the largest corporate groups and financial services companies.

Banks and large corporations will be able to use massive losses they accumulated during the economic crash to write off billions of euro they owe in c(...)

The test of success for any pensions system is that it provides adequate income in retirement for our citizens. This requires our working population t(...)