Ireland is one of the few EU countries that doesn’t tax visiting entertainers performing in Ireland – and now the Revenue has confirmed it simply isn’t worth doing so.
Robbie Keane, John O’Shea and Kevin Kilbane are among a number of Republic of Ireland players who have coined it as a result of blockbuster movies, according to The Sunday Independent.
In a week when the Government ratcheted up a notch or three its campaign against the major supermarkets’ policy of selling below-cost alcohol, a backbench TD has turned the spotlight on how taxpayers are effectively subsidising cheap booze.
More than 50% of companies surveyed would wind up their pension schemes and 25% would slash benefits and increase employees’ contributions if regulators imposed stricter funding obligations, according to The Sunday Times.
The richest people in Ireland trust their children to look after their inheritances more than their counterparts in other countries, according to a survey by Barclays Wealth reported in The Sunday Times.