End of December Exchequer Statement
The following statement was issued today (Friday 3 January 2003) by the Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie Mc Creevy, TD. An Exchequer surplus of €95 million was recorded in 2002.
7 January 2003 McCreevy Appoints Members to Board of National Development Finance Agency The Minister for Finance, Mr. Charlie McCreevy, TD, today announced the membership of the Board of the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA). The Act establishing the Agency provides that the Chief Executive of the National Treasury Management Agency shall be the Chairman of the Board of the NDFA and accordingly the Minister has confirmed the appointment of Dr. Michael Somers as Chairman of the new
Closure of Tax Avoidance Loophole Relating to the Transfer of Capital Allowances on Buildings from Companies to Individual Investors.
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Charlie McCreevy, T.D., today published a summary of information on the 2003 profiles of voted expenditure and tax receipts. The information on voted expenditure is based on material provided by all Departments/Offices and reflects their anticipated monthly expenditure patterns for 2003. The summary information on tax receipts is provided by the Revenue Commissioners....
Information on voted expenditure is based on material provided by all Departments/Offices and reflects their anticipated monthly expenditure patterns for 2003 as determined at the beginning of the year.
Summary information on tax receipts provided by the Revenue Commissioners and based on their expectation of the pattern of receipts for the year arising from Budget 2003.
Delivering on Budget Measures. Closing Tax Loopholes. Modernising the Tax System, Mr Charlie Mc Creevy TD, Minister for Finance, announced the publication today of the Finance Bill 2003.
The Minister for Finance Mr Charlie McCreevy TD, today confirmed that, as he had indicated at the time of the last appointment to the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, he had actively considered the nomination of an Irish national for the up-coming vacancy.
Finance Bill 2003 - Second Stage Speech by Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy. This Bill implements the tax changes announced in the Budget and includes a range of other measures. Many of these are targeted at closing off tax loopholes and updating and modernising the tax system.
Finance Bill 2003 Second Stage Speech by Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy TD.
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Charlie McCreevy, TD today (21 February 2003) strongly welcomed the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court...
Address by the Minister of Finance, Charlie McCreevy TD to Financial Services Ireland.
Speech to the Institute of Taxation Annual Dinner by the Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy, TD.
Speech by Mr Charlie McCreevy TD Minister for Finance, Seanad Éireann.
The Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy TD, announced today the closure of a loophole relating to the relief available to individuals in respect of interest paid on money borrowed for the purposes of acquiring an equity stake in, or lending money to, a company or a partnership.
The Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy T.D., today announced the members of the High Level Group he is establishing to assess the powers available to the Revenue Commissioners.
Second Stage Debate in Dail Éireann, Speech by Mr Charlie McCreevy, TD, Minister for Finance.
The Government today agreed to request Dáil Éireann and Seanad Éireann to recommend Ms Emily O'Reilly for appointment by the President as Ombudsman and Freedom of Information Commissioner.
An Exchequer deficit of €205 million was recorded in the first quarter of 2003. This compares to an Exchequer surplus of €608 million during the first quarter of 2002 and a budgeted deficit of €1,869 million for 2003 as a whole.
The Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy TD, today (14 April 2003) launched a National Communications Strategy for the development of Ireland's Public Private Partnership process.
Speech by Mr Charlie McCreevy TD, Minister for Finance at the launch of the Public Private Partnership National Communications Strategy.
The Minister for Finance announced today, that Mr Desmond O'Malley is to become an Alternate Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, based in London.
The Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy TD, has decided not to proceed with work on legislation to provide for the appointment of Parliamentary Inspectors which some time ago had been initiated in his Department.
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Charlie McCreevy, TD, today said that he expects some €200m will have been transferred to the Dormant Accounts Fund by the end of April.
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Charlie McCreevy TD, today announced that an Informal Council of European Finance Ministers (Ecofin) will be held at the Event Centre at Punchestown Racecourse on 23/24 April 2004.
The Minister for Finance established a high level Group in March 2003, under the chairmanship of Mr. Justice Francis Murphy with the following terms of reference:
I am delighted to be able to join my colleague, the Tánaiste, to represent the Government at the official launch of the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority or 'IFSRA'. Today's launch is the culmination of a process started some time ago, when the Government agreed in principle to the establishment of a single regulatory authority for the
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Charlie McCreevy, TD, wishes to announce that the members of the newly restructured Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Board are:
Decentralisation - Seanad Debate - Statement by Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Tom Parlon, TD.
Address by Mr Charlie McCreevy, TD, Minister for Finance at Pensions: Everybody's Business - an ICTU Conference.
Address by Mr. Charlie McCreevy TD, Minister for Finance to the Irish Insurance Federation, Dublin, Conrad Hotel.
Statement by Tom Parlon, TD, Minister of State of the Department of Finance.
Government announce radical reform programme to provide better patient care, better value for money and better management.
Comments by Mr Charlie McCreevy, TD, Minister for Finance
From 1 July 2003 transaction charges for retail cross border credit transfers in euro within the EU must be charged at the same rate as the equivalent domestic transaction.
Address by the Minister for Finance, Mr Charlie McCreevy, TD, to announce the establishment of a new IT Innovation Centre at the Intel Campus in Leixlip, 27th June 2003.
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