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From TheJournal.ie Carbon tax should quadruple to €80 per tonne by 2030, committee recommends Rise At The Pump

Carbon tax should quadruple to €80 per tonne by 2030, committee recommends

There was a row at Oireachtas Climate Action Committee over the plan to increase carbon tax.

From TheJournal.ie 'Elaborate system for workers to vouch for modest expenses': Mary Lou and Leo clash over Revenue changes Taxes
From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach promises to raise top rate of tax to €50k over next five years Ge 18

Taoiseach promises to raise top rate of tax to €50k over next five years

In what many are dubbing an election speech, the Taoiseach promised transformational tax reform.

From TheJournal.ie Maps show distribution of wealth in 14th-century Ireland Papal Taxation

Maps show distribution of wealth in 14th-century Ireland

They suggest a more complex Gaelic economy than often believed.

From TheJournal.ie Fine Gael are on a collision course with Fianna Fáil over the USC Money In Your Pocket

Fine Gael are on a collision course with Fianna Fáil over the USC

Fianna Fáil’s Micheal Martin said the confidence and supply agreement is clear that there must be reductions in the USC.

From The42 Napoli to offer Maradona role once club legend settles his bill with Italy's tax man Money Matters

Napoli to offer Maradona role once club legend settles his bill with Italy's tax man

The Argentine was ordered to pay €39 million four years ago.

From TheJournal.ie Russia, Nazi Germany, and that Mexican wall: Trump faces all the big questions Press Conference

Russia, Nazi Germany, and that Mexican wall: Trump faces all the big questions

However, he acknowledged that Russia was behind the hacking of Democratic computers.

From TheJournal.ie Republican Thomas "Slab" Murphy had 'nothing to do with farming' court told Appeal

Republican Thomas "Slab" Murphy had 'nothing to do with farming' court told

The three-judge Special Criminal Court found Murphy guilty on all counts and he was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment in February.

From TheJournal.ie What Budget 2017 means for someone earning around €100,000 HIGHER EARNERS

What Budget 2017 means for someone earning around €100,000

Has it been a good or bad day for you?

From TheJournal.ie Majority of people believe Ireland should bring in a sugar tax Obesity

Majority of people believe Ireland should bring in a sugar tax

54% of people in Ireland want to see the tax introduced.

From TheJournal.ie Watch: Donald Trump has had a rough 24 hours courtesy of New York Manhattan Takes Donald This post contains videos

Watch: Donald Trump has had a rough 24 hours courtesy of New York

The New York Times claims the mogul hasn’t paid tax “in decades”, while Saturday Night Live’s take on the presidential debate was less than flattering to Trump to put it mildly.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Should we take the Apple money? Taxes This post contains a poll

Poll: Should we take the Apple money?

The tech giant could be forced to pay up to €19 billion in back taxes when interest is taken into account as a result of the decision.

From Business ETC There has been movement in Apple's stand-off with the EU over Irish tax deals Back Payments

There has been movement in Apple's stand-off with the EU over Irish tax deals

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has hit back at accusations of the company being given a preferential tax deal.

From TheJournal.ie Fine Gael's promise to scrap the USC is not all it seems Talking Tax

Fine Gael's promise to scrap the USC is not all it seems

The party has been accused of backtracking on an election pledge before we’ve even voted.

From TheJournal.ie Price war means motorists set to save on petrol and diesel Price At The Pumps

Price war means motorists set to save on petrol and diesel

Oil prices are dropping and the market in Ireland is very competitive at the moment.

From TheJournal.ie Sinn Féin says this Fine Gael video is 'typical pathetic crap' Social Media Wars

Sinn Féin says this Fine Gael video is 'typical pathetic crap'

A short Vine has sparked a war of words over taxes between the two parties.

From TheJournal.ie 'I don’t feel safe in my home after it was burgled and fear constantly hangs over me' Opinion

'I don’t feel safe in my home after it was burgled and fear constantly hangs over me'

Pat Kelly, aged 72, cared for his parents for most of his life. Now, he struggles to make ends meet and fears the rise in crime in his area.

From TheJournal.ie Why hasn't the USC been scrapped yet? Budget 16

Why hasn't the USC been scrapped yet?

We were told back in 2011 that it was a temporary measure, but €4 billion every year seems to be too difficult to part with.

From TheJournal.ie A wealth tax is a possibility. You don’t need to be a member of the far left to call for this Opinion

A wealth tax is a possibility. You don’t need to be a member of the far left to call for this

Instead of cutting taxes and USC, politicians should start spending more, writes Julien Mercille.

From TheJournal.ie Journalist says she's been interviewed by gardaí over Michael Lowry complaint Investigation

Journalist says she's been interviewed by gardaí over Michael Lowry complaint

Elaine Byrne said she was interviewed by gardaí yesterday over a complaint by the independent TD.

From TheJournal.ie Irish pensioners made to choose between heat and food need extra €5 a week Age Action

Irish pensioners made to choose between heat and food need extra €5 a week

Age Action is calling for increases to the State pension and the living alone allowance.

From TheJournal.ie Greece latest: Eurozone ministers to make 'major' decision tomorrow Feta-compli?

Greece latest: Eurozone ministers to make 'major' decision tomorrow

The country is looking for a €53 billion bailout.

From TheJournal.ie Judge apologises as he sentences newspaper delivery man to 18 months in jail for Revenue fraud Courts

Judge apologises as he sentences newspaper delivery man to 18 months in jail for Revenue fraud

Judge Nolan said the businessman was “hard working” but that he had to mark the seriousness of the fraud.

From TheJournal.ie Michael Lowry has a go at Revenue as he's cleared of tax liability Not A Fan

Michael Lowry has a go at Revenue as he's cleared of tax liability

The TD had been accused of filing incorrect tax returns in 2003 and 2007.

From TheJournal.ie 'The day is coming that someone says the game is over for Greece' Bailout Talks

'The day is coming that someone says the game is over for Greece'

The IMF has pulled its team out of talks with the cash-strapped nation.

From TheJournal.ie The government might not have much room to make tax cuts this year The Fingers Thing

The government might not have much room to make tax cuts this year

Some bad news for the “squeezed middle”.

From TheJournal.ie How much tax did Revenue collect last year? Fingers Means The Taxes
From TheJournal.ie How does Ireland's VAT compare to the rest of Europe? VAT Out OF Hell

How does Ireland's VAT compare to the rest of Europe?

We checked. Here’s the map.

From TheJournal.ie Check out this clip of Bertie Ahern talking about tax cheats in 1993 Political Nostalgia This post contains videos
From TheJournal.ie More people are filing their tax returns online Revenue

More people are filing their tax returns online

By midnight yesterday, over 397,000 income tax returns for 2013 were filed.

From TheJournal.ie Russell Brand is an anti-water charge protester The Trews

Russell Brand is an anti-water charge protester

The outspoken celebrity has used his latest YouTube video to speak against Irish Water.

From TheJournal.ie Where does all your tax money go? Budget 2015

Where does all your tax money go?

With the Budget just one day away, we take a look at where your tax money is currently being spent.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Government needs a wake-up call over water charges Water

Opinion: Government needs a wake-up call over water charges

This charge will be a greater burden on those with low income – it’s an unfair and regressive tax on a fundamental need.

From TheJournal.ie Charities don't want to see tax cuts in the Budget The Fingers Thing Means Taxes

Charities don't want to see tax cuts in the Budget

They’d much prefer their funding back.

From TheJournal.ie Are loose alcohol-sale laws turning Irish diners into a nation of 'handbag drinkers'? Pinot In Yo' Prada

Are loose alcohol-sale laws turning Irish diners into a nation of 'handbag drinkers'?

Restaurateurs want a shake up of liquor pricing… and immediate action to fix a chef-shortage “crisis”.

From TheJournal.ie Michael Noonan will do 'whatever it takes' to reach deficit targets Budget 2015

Michael Noonan will do 'whatever it takes' to reach deficit targets

The Minister for Finance ruled out a €2 billion adjustment in Budget 2015

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Do rising property prices impact on Local Property Tax payments? Property

Opinion: Do rising property prices impact on Local Property Tax payments?

It seems like every month there’s new confusion regarding the Local Property Tax; let’s clear up a couple here.

From TheJournal.ie Gilmore on THAT water charges leaflet: 'What I was against then is what I'm against now' Explaining

Gilmore on THAT water charges leaflet: 'What I was against then is what I'm against now' Exclusive

“Yes, I am,” the Tánaiste said yesterday when asked if he was hearing anger on the doorsteps about water charges.

From TheJournal.ie Column: For the Danes, life is all about community... can we learn from them? One For All

Column: For the Danes, life is all about community... can we learn from them?

The Danes have good food, a high standard of living, and are the happiest people in the word… what’s their secret? John Verling looks at the culture differences between Ireland and Denmark.

From TheJournal.ie Multinational companies paid just 2.2 per cent tax in 2011 - report Tax Haven

Multinational companies paid just 2.2 per cent tax in 2011 - report

A new study from Trinity College contradicts the government position on multinationals’ tax rates, but had been criticised.

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