pension levy

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Minister for Finance Michael Noonan followed through this time on his commitment not to further extend the private sector pension levy. First introdu(...)

From September 2016, the free access to pre-school will be widened to cover all children between the ages of three and five and a half years of age, who are not already in primary school. They will also be able to enrol not just in September but also in January and April of any given year.

Childcare was the dominant issue for readers in the wake of the 2016 Budget presentation, specifically the new pre-school care measures. Hard-pressed (...)

The levy on private sector pension funds will disappear at the end of next year. The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, said the levy would be impo(...)

 Rachael Ingle, chairwoman Irish Association of Pension Funds.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has been accused of “abdicating responsibility” for Government decisions on pension(...)

On the plus side, there was a general welcome that tax relief had been retained at the marginal tax rate of up to 41 per cent

Hitting pensions in the budget was not unexpected and there was a cautious welcome from the sector for most of the provisions announced yesterday.But (...)