Michael Noonan

3102 results

Director of the OECD centre for tax policyPascal Saint-Amans. Photograph: Eric Piermont/AFP

Ireland will suffer more than most countries if efforts to secure a global digital tax agreement fail, triggering an international “trade war or tax w(...)

A quick glance might have left shoppers with the distinct impression that the labels were clear signs of good news. Photograph: iStock

Anyone taking a stroll up and down the aisles of Lidl in recent weeks might have had their heads turned by the flurry of bright red labels advertising(...)

Investment in the Irish economy last year totalled €162 billion, or €3 billion a week. No other country in the world had a bigger per capita investment. Photograph: iStock

Ireland can’t seem to lose on tax. Every few months a gun is pointed at our l2.5 per cent corporation tax rate or we’re blasted as a tax haven, a sop (...)

June 2013: Sammy Wilson, then Northern Ireland minister of finance and personnel tells Michael Noonan that parties interested in buying Nama’s norther(...)

Irish Life Group saw its profit soar to €272 million last year from €108 million in 2018. Photograph:   Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

Irish Life Group paid €234.3 million in dividends to its overseas parent last year, bringing total payments since it was bought from the State during (...)

Two houses undergoing restoration in Limerick.

You would never imagine that Limerick has the largest Georgian period urban area in Ireland, apart from Dublin, on reading the current tourism develop(...)

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager ordered Apple in 2016 to pay €13.1bn in back taxes. Photograph: John Thys/AFP via Getty Images

Paul Gallagher, the State’s Attorney General during the depths of the financial crisis, has had a busy time getting back up to speed since Taoiseach M(...)

Apple claimed it was singled out as a convenient target. Photograph: Stephen Lam/Reuters

1980: Apple sets up a manufacturing centre in Cork. 1991: Ireland granted first “tax ruling” to Apple, according to the EU, to determine what profits(...)

Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin is now Minister   for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht.

A new Taoiseach was elected on Saturday and a range of new Ministers were appointed. Here’s all you need to know about them: Micheál Martin - Taoisea(...)

A Cavan chicken farmer is suing the Revenue Commissioners for damages.

A Cavan chicken farmer who alleges that his refusal to engage in VAT practices he believed were unlawful meant he was put out of business, is suing th(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »