Revenue is responding to our desire for instant gratification with its new real time credit system. Photograph: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek/Getty

If you’re wary of keeping the heat or lights on for extended periods when working from home for fear of ever-rising energy bills, you may be pleased t(...)

Revaluation for the local property tax is finally taking place, on November 1st. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Since Revenue disclosed details of its property tax revaluation campaign back in mid-September, households around the State have started to fret about(...)

Beer kegs delivered to a Dublin pub on Tuesday. The budget was a ‘disaster’ for the hospitality industry,  said Restaurants Association of Ireland chief Adrian Cummins. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Business groups have given a mixed response to Budget 2022, with some measures welcomed and others branded “underwhelming”. Alongside relief at the c(...)

‘We can do most of the work ourselves, which means we save on the cost of a builder.’ Photograph: iStock

We purchased a house late last year and since then have been spending the lockdowns renovating the house ourselves. We have the knowledge, skill and q(...)

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I wonder if you can answer a question for me. I inherited a house a number of years ago. I recently sold the house and am looking to calculate the Cap(...)

An expert has suggested that someone who received the average weekly payment of €280 on the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme could face a tax bill of some €1,167.

Thousands of workers who availed of State wage subsidies during 2020 will be informed next week by Revenue of any outstanding tax liability associated(...)

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(...)