More than 150 categories of employee, many of them working in the services and health sectors, automatically receive a modest tax deduction to reflect costs incurred to do their job.

A Revenue Commissioners review of employees’ entitlement to claim flat-rate expenses could effectively cancel out the benefit of Budget 2019 for thou(...)

LPT property valuations have been frozen at 2013 levels until October of next year

More than 90 per cent of homeowners are paying local property tax (LPT) based on property values of less than €300,000, according to figures from the (...)

Revenue said it works closely with counterpart agencies in Ireland and abroad to combat illegal activity, including smuggling and fuel laundering.

Thirteen per cent of all cigarettes sold in Ireland are contraband, according to the Revenue Commissioners. In addition, 15 per cent of pouch tobac(...)

Licence fee reform takes even longer than the dramatic pauses on ‘Dancing with the Stars’, made for RTÉ by Shinawil. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Not for the first time, the Dáil has been talking about the future funding of public service broadcasting, which according to Minister for Communicati(...)

During the fourth quarter of 2017 Revenue carried out a total of 1,295 audit and investigations.

The Revenue Commissioners settled more than 60 cases of tax defaulting totalling more than €10 million during the final quarter of last year. Settlem(...)

Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton, who chairs the Oireachtas communications committee. Will its recommendations be turned into action, or left on pause? Photograph: Dave Meehan

Amid more urgent political drama, no one was paying much attention to Tuesday’s publication of the Oireachtas communications committee’s report on the(...)

Part of the cannabis seized at Dublin Port on Wednesday. Photograph: Revenue

Ccannabis worth an estimated €2.45 million was seized at Dublin Port on Wednesday, Revenue said. The drugs were discovered on Wednesday night in crat(...)

The Makayabella drugs bust off Cork coast. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Government is looking for warehousing and transport facilities to help the Revenue Commissioners deal with a mountain of seized contraband, includ(...)

Twelve people, with combined tax debts of almost €9.94 million, were adjudicated bankrupt following an application from the Revenue Commissioners to the High Court so far this year.

The number of people adjudicated bankrupt because of a tax debt has increased this year, new data shows. From January to July 2017, 12 people, with c(...)

A total of 825 cases have been initiated as part of the investigation into medical consultants. Photograph: iStock

The Revenue Commissioners has collected €61 million in taxes, penalties and interest as part of its ongoing investigation into the financial affairs o(...)

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