Niall Cody will become  the next chairman of the Revenue Commissioners in February

Niall Cody will replace Josephine Feehily as the next chairman of the Revenue Commissioners. Mr Cody, a brother of the Kilkenny hurling manager Brian (...)

Josephine Feehily: Tax and how much of it you pay is now the number one corporate governance issue for well-known global brands. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The announcement by George Osborne, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, of a so-called Google tax, illustrates at one and the same time a number of (...)

The outgoing head of the Revenue Commissioners, Josephine Feehily, said the water charge is more a utility than a tax

The outgoing head of the Revenue Commissioners has said the collection of the water charges would not have been “a good fit” for the body.“It’s an ent(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: said  Revenue confirmed it had received 85 formal requests to participate in various personal insolvency options to date. Photograph: Bloomberg

Revenue has declined to participate in 40 per cent of the personal insolvency arrangements (PIA) that have been presented to it, but it has agreed t(...)

The Revenue has stepped up its audits of businesses in the shadow economy recently.

Tens of millions of euro in tax on undeclared income have been recovered from landlords and white-collar professionals as part of a crackdown on the “(...)

A judgment that may have significant ramifications for the Revenue Commissioners in future company liquidations has been handed down in the High Court by Mr Justice Dan Herbert.

Ray ManaghA judgment that may have significant ramifications for the Revenue Commissioners in future company liquidations has been handed down in the (...)

If a property owner has never paid the NPPR charge, they will be liable for an increased fee of €7,230 from September 1st. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

Landlords and owners of holiday homes are being urged to settle any outstanding NPPR charges before August 31st 2014 to avoid additional late payment (...)

Brendan O’Carroll: said the man was under pressure, but had an idea that he thought might work and get him out of trouble. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Comedian and actor Brendan O’Carroll has defended a decision to invest €30,000 in a business idea put forward by one of his guests on RTÉ Radio at th(...)

A barrister and former IT worker with the Revenue Commissioners has been ordered by the High Court to pay a €250,000 tax assessment which he had claim(...)

The Revenue Commissioners has collected €9.3 million in unpaid tax, penalties and interest since last summer from contractors who were found to have c(...)