- Finance Bill introduces changes to income tax and USC that will benefit all income tax payers
- “Road Map for Ireland’s Tax Competitiveness” outlines reform of Corporation tax system
Estimates of Receipts and Expenditure for the year ending 31st December 2015
The Department of Finance’s endorsed macroeconomic forecasts were presented to the Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform on 7 October 2014.
The Department of Finance has recently been engaged in a process for the appointment of companies to three advisory panels on financial matters such as the future disposal of the State’s banking sector investments and other ad hoc assignments that may arise from time to time.
The panels are available below.
End of Quarter 3 Exchequer Returns Evidence of Improving Economic Conditions
Regarding Ministers being in a position to claim water charges as an expense on their second homes a spokesperson for the Department of Finance stated :
On June 11th 2014, the European Commission publicly opened formal State aid investigations into certain multinational companies in a number of EU member states.
23.09.14Minister of State Simon Harris announces preparation of a new national Strategy for International Financial Services
Minister of State Simon Harris will today (23-Sept-2014) announce his intention to lead the preparation of a revised Strategy for the International Financial Services Sector.
In advance of speaking at the Enterprise Ireland Financial Services & Technology CEO Forum, where he will outline the objectives of Strategy, the Minister of State said:
Supporting SMEs Online Tool reaches milestone of 17,000 users
The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD, today announced the membership of the new Credit Union Advisory Committee. The Committee advises the Minister for Finance in accordance with its mandate under Section 180 of the Credit Union Act 1997. The Committee members will hold office for three years from 22 September 2014.