Niall Cody

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Revenue chairman Niall Cody reiterated to an Oireachtas committee the stance that it does not make special deals with any company. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Revenue chairman Niall Cody has repeated assertions that Apple’s Irish tax liabilities were calculated correctly, and said Tim Cook’s claim of a speci(...)

 Niall Cody: “Under Irish law non-resident companies are chargeable to Irish corporation tax only on the profits attributable to their Irish branches by reference to the facts and circumstances”

The Revenue Commissioners has insisted it always collected the full amount of tax due from Apple in accordance with Irish law. In a statement after t(...)

“The world is only going to become more and more transparent as we move forward.” – Jim Yong Kim, president of World Bank. The International Consorti(...)

Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley: billionaire is among several retailers interested in a deal with administrators. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Ashley seeking to rescue BHS Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley is bidding to rescue British retail chain BHS from administration. The Sunday Telegraph(...)

Strong economic growth boosts the tax yield as the annual report of the Revenue Commissioners shows once again. Tax revenue increased in 2015 for the (...)

Revenue has promised to step up its focus on the use of offshore locations by those seeking to avoid tax.

Those who attempt to avoid tax with offshore accounts have been warned by the Revenue Commissioners that greater cross-border co-operation, along with(...)

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Sometimes it’s the most prosaic phrases that turn out to have the most far-reaching effects. “Fiscal space”, for example, will probably haunt more th(...)

Revenue conducted more than 461,000 individual audits and compliance investigations which yielded €642.5 million last year

The Revenue Commissioners secured 27 criminal convictions for serious tax evasion and fraud in 2015, according to figures released today. Those pro(...)

Chairman of the Revenue Commissioners Niall Cody: he said the rise in receipts is widely based. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The closing down by Irish multinationals of tax planning arrangements involving offshore or foreign subsidiaries is part of the reason for Ireland’s i(...)

The Revenue Commissioners said 20 disclosures have been made in advance of the Tax-Avoidance Settlement Opportunity deadline  and about €7 million in tax and interest has been paid. Photograph: Joe St Leger

The Revenue Commissioners has said it received an additional €9 million in tax settlements last week. The payments in advance of the Tax-Avoidance Set(...)

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