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Businesses moving goods across the Border face a €100 bill as a result of Brexit. John McNamee is pictured at an anti-Brexit protest earlier this year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Businesses moving goods across the Irish Border could be hit with a €100 charge as a result of Brexit, potentially adding hundreds of millions of euro(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan disclosed the figure on Thursday in a written response to Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath

More than 2,300 taxpayers got in touch with the Revenue ahead of a deadline earlier this month to admit that they had undeclared income offshore. Mi(...)

“Revenue strongly encourages anyone in receipt of dividends . . . to ensure that they have declared this income to Revenue and, if they have not done so, to make a disclosure of the foreign income to Revenue before 5.30pm on Thursday.”

PAYE taxpayers who hold shares in foreign companies face a last minute rush to regularise their affairs with Revenue ahead of a clampdown on offshore (...)

The Revenue collected €7.7 million last year from taxpayers who were using offshore accounts. It is the latest part of a campaign that has raised €2.8(...)

Niall Cody of the Revenue Commissioners: the business tax base is “concentrated and volatile”.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Just 10 firms paid nearly 40 per cent of Ireland’s corporation tax last year, Revenue has confirmed. Corporation tax receipts have surged in the last(...)

Revenue chairman Niall Cody said the deadline for disclosure was being extended until Thursday, May 4th at 5.30pm.

The Revenue Commissioners has extended the deadline for the disclosure of overseas assets. The clampdown applies to anyone who has an asset outside t(...)

The number of instalment arrangements agreed with the Revenue for the payment of owed tax increased from 8,494 in 2015 to 10,886 last year

Efforts by the Revenue Commissioners to ensure compliance with tax law yielded €555 million for the exchequer in 2016, a year that saw 17 criminal con(...)

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(...)

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