Tim O Rahilly

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Dublin Simon hopes to secure enough funding to buy 50 one- and two-bedroom units in the greater Dublin area over the next two years, with the properties expected to cost €250,000-plus each. Photograph: Alan Betson

There will be no tax benefit for wealthy philanthropists who lease property for free to Dublin Simon Community, under a new plan drawn up by the chari(...)

There were 7,262 taxpayer “units” registered as resident in Ireland but not domiciled here in 2016, the most recent year for which numbers are available.

The Republic is now home to more than 7,000 individuals or couples recognised as “non-domiciled” for tax purposes, new figures from the Revenue Commis(...)

Number One Ballsbridge: large scheme is under construction. There is significant institutional investor interest in buying end product in Dublin

Dublin ranks in the top three European cities for real estate investment for the last three years. A new report by PwC/Urban Land Institute shows t(...)

Labour leader Ed Miliband plans to end the regime that allows those who are resident but not domiciled in the UK to avoid paying tax on their worldwide income. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Ireland could offer itself as a home to some of Britain’s wealthiest residents if a Labour government was elected in the UK and followed through on t(...)