Niall Cody

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Labour TD Ged Nash has called for a full PAC investigation of the management of the pandemic wage subsidy schemes, which cost taxpayers over €10 billion.

About €267.8 million was paid by the State last year in pandemic wage supports to businesses that may also have paid dividends, according to an analys(...)

Revenue chairman Niall Cody: ‘The provisional statistics we have published today show that, on a number of fronts, 2021 was an exceptional year for Revenue.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Brexit and a pandemic-related surge in ecommerce triggered a 1,400 per cent jump in customs declarations being processed by Revenue last year. End-ye(...)

Revenue chairman Niall Cody made the remarks at the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee meeting. Photograph: iStock

Revenue has seen instances of “absolute fraudulent behaviour” by a small number of companies that have availed of the employment wage subsidy scheme ((...)

Revenue is dealing with up to 700,000 customs entries a day. File photograph: The Irish Times

Brexit and an increase in online shopping in the Covid-19 pandemic have seen an “explosion” in Revenue’s activity and the customs duty haul for t(...)

Revenue chairman Niall Cody: Work continued in 2020 despite pandemic disruption. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Rates of timely compliance with tax law fell only marginally in 2020 despite the “most extraordinary year” ushered in by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Re(...)

Revenue also said  it intends to write next week to taxpayers to remind them to claim credits or reliefs due

Revenue is to further defer changes to the flat rate expenses regime to 2022 because of the impact of the Covid crisis on the labour market. Last yea(...)

Niall Cody, chairman, Revenue: “Businesses really need to make sure that they use the short time still available before the end of the year to be ready for [Brexit]. ” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Corporation tax is now the Government’s third largest tax channel, accounting for nearly €11 billion or 19 per cent of all receipts last year, the Rev(...)

Footfall declined by 62 per cent on Dublin’s Moore Street. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Footfall rates in Dublin city centre are expected to fall by up to 92 per cent for the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic, according to research by (...)

Over 150 categories of employee, many of them working in the services and health sectors, automatically receive the deduction to reflect costs incurred to do their job. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Changes to the flat-rate expenses regime have been pushed out to 2021 as the State’s tax collector awaits results of a review by the Department of Fin(...)

Revenue commissioner Gerry Harrahill, chairman Niall Cody and commissioner Michael Gladney. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Up to half of Irish companies that trade with the UK are still to apply for the customs number that forms “the foundation” of Brexit preparation, the (...)

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