Beer kegs delivered to a Dublin pub on Tuesday. The budget was a ‘disaster’ for the hospitality industry,  said Restaurants Association of Ireland chief Adrian Cummins. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Business groups have given a mixed response to Budget 2022, with some measures welcomed and others branded “underwhelming”. Alongside relief at the c(...)

Deloitte tax partner Karen Frawley was elected president of the Irish Tax Institute on Thursday.

The new president of the Irish Tax Institute says the Government must “come to terms” with whatever global deal is agreed on corporate tax . Deloitt(...)

Facebook’s Dublin headquarters. The group has decided to  allow some of its employees to work from overseas permanently. Photograph: iStock

In a comment on the decision by Facebook to allow some of its employees to work from overseas permanently, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said the Republic’s h(...)

The Irish Tax Institute has called on Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe to withdraw the measure which, it noted, was introduced without consultation. File photograph: The Irish Times

The Government has been accused of stacking the odds against taxpayers who exercise their right to appeal a tax bill. Under the unheralded measure i(...)

Revenue briefed 550 tax advisers on the working of the temporary Covid-19 wage subsidt scheme. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Higher earners can apply immediately to avail of the amended Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme, according to Revenue, while other workers will have to wait(...)

Ministers were briefed about the possible widespread closure of schools, postponement of sporting events and other mass gatherings and businesses in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Photograph: Getty Images

A Time magazine profile of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in November noted that the World Health Organisation chief “never stops worrying” – something th(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe speaking at the Irish Tax Institute annual dinner in Dublin on Friday. Photograph: Julien Behal

Government finances need to be kept in surplus to guard against the risk of a bigger-than-expected fall-off in corporation tax revenues, Minister for (...)

The OECD says the State is the second most progressive for income tax among its 36 member countries, and the most progressive among its EU members. Photograph: iStock

In the ephemeral festive glow of the coming weeks, family and friends returning home for the Christmas holidays from lives abroad will at some stage f(...)

Luxembourg prime minister Xavier Bettel gestures during a news conference after his meeting with Boris Johnson. Photograph: Reuters

You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. UK prime minister Boris Johnson likened himself and the UK to the Incredible Hulk this week in their collective(...)

The institute said that a person earning €75,000 pays eight times more personal tax (income tax, USC and social insurance) than someone earning €25,000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

It is “unsustainable” to keep more than 750,000 income earners outside of the tax loop, the Irish Tax Institute (ITI) has warned. In a pre-budge(...)

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