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The Government has also been called upon to implement changes to the R&D tax regime promised in last year’s budget but yet to be enacted. Photograph: iStock

Start-up companies are facing ongoing issues claiming research and development (R&D) tax credits and some could go out of business before they re(...)

The Revenue Commissioners have raised concerns that some businesses are still not prepared for Brexit and “mistakenly believe that it will not happen” on January 1st. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Revenue Commissioners have raised concerns that some businesses are still not prepared for Brexit taking effect from January 1st and “mistakenly b(...)

The scheme is expected to cost approximately €2.2 billion to the end of March 2021

More than 36,7000 employers are now registered for the new Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme, new figures show This is equivalent to 82 per cent of empl(...)

“Our message is simple, Brexit will be a reality from January 1st, there will be no change in that date, your business needs to be ready and you need to get ready now,” said Lynda Slattery, head of Revenue’s Brexit policy unit.

Revenue is again ramping up its contact with businesses on Brexit, urging them to be prepared, as risks mount that the UK will renege on its withdrawa(...)

Charitable organisations are entitled to claim a refund of a proportion of their eligible VAT costs, based on their level of non-public funding. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Charities made more than 900 claims for VAT refunds to Revenue last year, totalling €49 million. Under the VAT Compensation Scheme for Charities, cha(...)

The liquidator was given the log-in details for the Gmail account but was unable to access it. Photograph: iStock

A liquidator has failed to get a High Court order requiring Google Ireland to provide him with access to the email account of a company which he says (...)

Minister for Children Katherine Zappone: ‘There will be a payment in terms of a wage subsidy in addition to the wage subsidy provided by Revenue, my department will top up the wages of staff.’ Photograph: Damien Eagers/The Irish Times

The State will top up the wages up staff in the childcare sector to the maximum amount allowed under a coronavirus subsidy scheme, Minister for Childr(...)

Typically, the service receives about 3,000 submissions per hour during this period

Revenue’s online service is back working again after technical glitches crippled the system for the second day running , just as tens of thousands of (...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau posted on pictures of some of the items seized on its Facebook page

The Criminal Assets Bureau has raided the homes and business premises of two Irish men suspected of involvement in the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrant(...)

Dublin Port. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

More than 60 per cent of businesses that trade with the United Kingdom have yet to engage with a critical customs registration process to ease delays (...)

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