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My husband and I finally got mortgage approval this month after a few years of refusals due to our low joint income, my health issues and our ages. (...)

Many taxpayers are entirely unaware of what January might hold for their bank balances as a result of the pandemic unemployment payment  and the temporary wage subsidy schemes.

Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse, it looks like they might. Wage subsidies that were introduced earlier this year to help embattled emp(...)

Families are unlikely to see any substantial changes to their take-home pay come January

After the damp squib that was last year’s Brexit-flavoured budget, it would have been reasonable to expect one sprinkled with more giveaways this time(...)

The export sector has held up despite Covid-19.

Every quarter, when the Central Statistics Office publishes the latest national accounts figures, it is like getting a new Sudoku puzzle: it is left t(...)

If there is any tax owing at the end of the year, Revenue  will  collect this by  adjusting your tax credits.

Who is entitled to the Pandemic Unemployment Payment? The payment, which is a flat rate lump sum of €350 a week, is paid to anyone who has lost their(...)

Wage subsidy: to qualify, companies must have seen their business significantly disrupted by the Covid-19 crisis.

Workers may face a tax bill on emergency payments of up to €410 a week from their employer under the Government’s wage subsidy scheme. The payment, w(...)

 The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe:  has  signalled no negative impact on personal taxation, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Photograph:  Alan Betson / The Irish Times

We’ve seen many changes to our personal tax burden over the past 10 years, tracing the shape of the economy; from a relatively lighter load back in 20(...)

The Taoiseach’s pledge to raise the threshold at which the higher-rate income tax applies to €50,000 will cost €2.3 billion.

The Government’s pledge to raise the threshold at which the higher-rate income tax applies to €50,000 will cost €2.3 billion, according to the Departm(...)

Greencore  is asking shareholders to either accept or reject a tender offer for their shares. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

I would appreciate any clarification you can provide on the Greencore tender offer. I understood that when Greencore sold its US business, it announce(...)

If you have opted for a life-wrapped investment product, there is nothing to be done, as the life company computes the taxes and passes them on to Revenue on your behalf.  Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

If funds are more expensive than we might have otherwise thought – as evidenced by new European regulations (insert link:

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