Michael Noonan

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Donald Trump: wants meeting in Doonbeg. Photograph: Kevin Dietsch/Bloomberg

There is increasing concern this weekend that a potential visit by US president Donald Trump to Ireland may not go ahead, following media coverage of (...)

Under plans being worked on by US officials, Donald Trump may return to Doonbeg from France on June 7th before flying back to the US.

US president Donald Trump will visit Ireland early next month when he travels to the UK for a state visit and France for a war commemoration, sources (...)

‘Most people have been paying a tax for six years that others have escaped.’ Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

More than €16.5 million will be “lost” to Dublin city by next year in local property tax (LPT) forgone on new homes, following the decision to postpon(...)

The cost to the exchequer of the R&D credit was €670 million in 2016, down from over €700 million the previous year, and it may have fallen below €600 million in 2017. Illustration: Sean Gladwell/Getty Images

The Research & Development Tax Credit (RDTC) has been an important driver of innovation in the Irish economy since its introduction in 2004. Compa(...)

Few taxes can have been the subject of more reports and analysis than the local property tax. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government’s indecision is final. After a year-long review process it has put off agreeing on what to do next with the local property tax until we(...)

Photograph: iStock

After months of study and yet another report on the local property tax, the Government decided this week to kick a decision on the future of the tax f(...)

IBRC, formed from the remains of Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society, was the first Irish entity to engage in the large-scale sale of non-performing loans. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The State’s recession-era involvement in the financial sector cost billions and will have an impact for years to come. From bailouts to nationalisatio(...)

Former minister Michael Noonan with Louise Cotter, project architect, and Limerick mayor James Collins at the official opening of the Gardens International office development in the city.

Former minister for finance Michael Noonan said on Tuesday he was confident Irish exporters will be “able to cope” under a no-deal Brexit. Mr Noonan (...)

Would a change to the rules which allows Irish banks to write-off tax against losses   be shooting Irish taxpayers in the foot?

It is reporting season for Irish banks, and the big players are making significant profits, with AIB recently reporting profits before exceptional ite(...)

Enda Kenny:  an internal Facebook  email said  Mr Kenny told company   executives at a private meeting in January 2013 that he “could exercise significant influence” during Ireland’s presidency of the EU. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Current and former Fine Gael colleagues of Enda Kenny have defended the former taoiseach against claims that he helped Facebook’s efforts to lobby aga(...)

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