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Irish employers have been too quick to refuse to negotiate company-level agreements on remote working, says ICTU. Photograph: iStock

Trade unions have welcomed Government plans to allow people to have a legal right to seek to work from home, while business groups stressed the need f(...)

Employers are entitled to pay you up to €3.20 a day tax free, but “In reality, the majority of employers aren’t doing that”. File photograph: Getty

The bad news first. Even if you’ve been working from home full-time since last March, you won’t be in line for a big tax rebate on the expenses you’ve(...)

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(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: has said liability will be spread over four years, starting in 2022. It will most likely be paid by way of a reduction in tax credits, reducing take-home pay. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Three-quarters of taxpayers believe the Government should waive tax bills that most people never understood they were building up under Covid wage sub(...)

Taxback.com notes that loss of income would range from €150 over the full year for a retail worker earning €23,000 gross to €16,500 for a business executive on a salary of €115,000.

*Workers drawing down the special pandemic unemployment payment or the temporary wage subsidy face tax bills of up to €2,800 at the end of the year, a(...)

Co Cavan estate agent Sean Boylan has consented to a €42,000 judgment against him in favour of a Dublin woman whose holiday apartment he sold in Turkey and allegedly failed to pass on the proceeds of sale to her.

Co Cavan estate agent Sean Boylan has consented to a €42,000 judgment against him in favour of a Dublin woman whose holiday apartment he sold in Turke(...)

A Co Cavan estate agent sold a Dublin woman’s holiday apartment in Turkey before ‘falsely and dishonestly misleading her and misappropriating’ the €42,000 proceeds in a personal AIB account, a judge was told on Monday. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

A Co Cavan estate agent sold a Dublin woman’s holiday apartment in Turkey before “falsely and dishonestly misleading her and misappropriating” the €42(...)

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy returned to Ireland after US prosecutors dropped a murder charge against her linked to the death of a one-year-old girl. Photograph: Keith Bedford/Boston Globe via AP

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy is being sued for wrongful death by the parents of the deceased one-year-old girl she cared for, five months after (...)

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy, against whom a murder charge was dropped in the United States over the death of a baby in her care, plans to sue over her wrongful conviction. Photograph: Keith Bedford/ Boston Globe via AP

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy, against whom a murder charge was dropped in the United States over the death of a baby in her care, plans to sue o(...)

Aisling Brady McCarthy  (37), was on Tuesday detained by US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) officers in Boston for a long-standing violation of a tourist visa from Ireland issued in 2002 after overstaying the period of the visa, a spokesman for the agency told The Irish Times. File photograph: Middlesex District Attorney/PA Wire

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy was arrested by US immigration agents in Boston on Tuesday after being formally released from state custody by law (...)