The Revenue have recently issued an information leaflet on cash registers which applies to all VAT registered customers who deal in cash. The most significant change affecting cash register records is that each record must
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The carbon tax announced in the budget last December will be applied to home heating oil and natural gas from 1 May. The levy will also apply to peat briquettes, however no date has as yet been set for its introduction.
You might have thought that there wasn’t much room left for mass tax evasion in the Irish economy – but the Revenue Commissioners don’t agree. Revenue is planning a new “blitz” on businesses in towns and cities
The Revenue is stepping up its investigations into Irish taxpayers with off-shore bank accounts, according to The Sunday Business Post.
A report by Ian Kehoe claims the Revenue is using new powers to uncover transfers that have been made from Irish accounts to banks in offshore jurisdictions. This information was previously confidential.
Ireland’s low corporation tax advantage could be short-lived, writes The Sunday Tribune.
Brussels lobbyist Conor Foley warns that the European Commission have renewed plans to harmonise corporation tax rates across the union.