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Spending continues to rise but VAT receipts recover strongly – @Paschald  & @DeputyMcGrathTD  Read more:

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The changes to the Local Property Tax have been devised to ensure that most homeowners will face no increase or see a decrease. Where increases arise, the majority will be by a single band. Below are some worked examples of how this will work:

The Government have today agreed an extension of the Tax Debt Warehousing Scheme to 31st December 2021. No interest will be due in 2022 & a lower rate of 3% will apply thereafter. In addition, overpayments of the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme may now be warehoused. #ThePathAhead 

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Minister @Paschald  has today asked the Revenue Commissioners to reinstate Proprietary Directors to the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme from 1 September where they meet the objective of the scheme of retaining ordinary employees on payroll. Read more:

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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 

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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 

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

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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 Government have today announced the establishment of a new scheme, the Business Resumption Support Scheme (BRSS), to provide targeted support for businesses which have had reduced turnover as a result of public health restrictions. #ThePathAhead 

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

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