Department of Financ

Department of Financ


Official Twitter account of the Irish Department of Finance pressoffice@finance.gov.ie RTs are not an endorsement. Twitter Policy -https://t.co/XjFXE2IZCi

19062 followers  •  1300 follow  •    •   https://t.co/SzQ0wMjj5I

Minister @Paschald  has announced that farm consolidation stamp duty relief is to be extended by 2 years to 31 December 2022 #Budget2021 

tweet picture

LISTEN: Ministers@Paschald  & @DeputyMcGrathTD  with be li @TodaySORe  on to answer your questions on #Budget2021his  morning from 10am on @RTERadio1 

tweet picture

The Department’s latest compilation of high frequency data shows that the second-wave of COVID-19 infections appears to be having a knock-effect for a number of the economic indicators presented. Read more:

tweet picture

Loading
Loading

Minister @Paschald  has announced a reduced VAT rate for the hospitality and tourism sector from 13.5% to 9% with effect from 1st November 2020 #Budget2021 

tweet picture

Minister @Paschald  outlines measures to support individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19

tweet picture

The Department welcomes the judgement by the General Court of the European Union annulling the decision of the European Commission of August 2016, which alleged Ireland provided State aid to Apple. Initial comments here: Further statement to follow

The Minister for Finance @Paschald , and The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform @DeputyMcGrathTD , will present Budget 2021 to the Dáil on Tuesday the 13th October#Budget212020 

tweet picture

Minister @Paschald  has announced the establishment of a new scheme, the COVID Restrictions Support Scheme (CRSS), to provide targeted support for businesses. #Budget2021 

tweet picture

Introducing a tax at a rate of 30 cent per litre on drinks with over 8 grams of sugar per 100 millilitres #Budget18  and @roinnslainte 

Loading
Loading