Tax revenues of €5,370 million were collected in January 2019, an increase of 7.0% or €351 million on January 2018. This year-on-year improvement was driven by strong performances in VAT and income tax in particular.

Fiscal_Monitor_2019_January

Prompt Payment Returns by Bodies under the Aegis of the Department of Finance Q4 2018

Public Consultation – Ireland’s Transfer Pricing Rules

The consultation period will run from 18th February 2019 to 2nd April 2019. Any submissions received after this date may not be considered.

The preferred means of response is by email to: tpreview@finance.gov.ie

Alternatively, you may respond by post to:

Transfer Pricing Rules – Public Consultation,
Tax Division,
Department of Finance,
Government Buildings,
Upper Merrion Street,
Dublin 2
D02 R583

Please include contact details if you are responding by post.
When responding, please indicate whether you are contributing to the consultation process as a professional adviser, representative body, business representative or member of the public.

Exchequer Tax Profiles February 2019

Presentation given by Department of Finance Chief Economist, John McCarthy, at the Cologne Institute for Economic Research, on the collapse and subsequent recovery of the Irish economy

IFS Messaging Pack – Feb 2019

IFS2020 Action Plan 2019

Minutes of Audit Committee Meeting – 10 December 2018

Institutional Investment in the Housing Market

January 2019

December 2018

Monthly Economic Bulletin January 2019

Consultation Additional Tier Capital and Contingent Convertible Bonds

The consultation period will run from 08 February 2019 to 22 March 2019. Any submissions received after this date may not be considered.
The preferred means of response is by email to: taxpolicy@finance.gov.ie

Alternatively, you may respond by post to:

 

Additional Tier 1 Capital and Contingent Convertible Bonds – Public Consultation,

Tax Division,

Department of Finance,

Government Buildings,

Upper Merrion Street,

Dublin 2, D02 R583.

 

Please include contact details if you are responding by post.

 

When responding, please indicate whether you are contributing to the consultation process as a professional adviser, representative body, business representative or member of the public.

 

Combined Minutes Oct-Dec 2018

Indecon Report on Benchmarking of Ireland’s Payments Industry

SME Credit Demand Survey April to Sept 2018

Fiscal Data December 2018 publication

The attached are the costings provided by the Department to a number of main political parties in advance of Budget 2019:
Fianna Fáil Costing 1

Independents’ Costing 1

Sinn Féin Costing 1

Sinn Féin Costing 2

Sinn Féin Costing 3

Sinn Féin Costing 4

The Labour Party Costing 1

Housing and Property Sector Chartpack January 2019

SI No. 16 of 2019 European Union (Anti-Money Laundering Beneficial Ownership of Trusts) Regulations 2019


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