The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe T.D. and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath T.D. delivered the 2023 Budget.
The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe T.D. and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath T.D. delivered the 2022 Budget against the backdrop of increases in the cost of living, changes in international tax reform and the need to reduce overall reliance on borrowings.
The key changes announced in Budget 2022 are:
- Increases to personal tax credits, bands and relief for remote working
- Extension of EWSS and enhancement of EIIS
- A new 3 percent zoned land tax
- A new digital gaming sector tax credit
- Expansion of the tax debt warehousing scheme to allow individuals who have a “material interest” in their employer company to participate in the scheme.
We are pleased to bring you our summary of the tax measures set out in Budget 2021.
The Government framed Budget 2021 in the midst of immense economic challenges presented by COVID-19 and Brexit. Irish businesses face extraordinary headwinds, and the Budget both reaffirms existing measures and introduces new measures to assist businesses through these extraordinary times. Ministers Donohoe & McGrath recognised that SMEs are the backbone of the Irish economy and it is hoped that future policy initiatives of this Government will focus on and positively address the taxation costs faced by SMEs.
Should you have any taxation or business questions, our team would be happy to share their insights with you.
A synopsis of Business Tax, Property, Personal Tax, Tax Credits and Income Tax Rates along with other notable announcements. Download our Budget 2020 newsletter in PDF format for full analysis.
Budget 2019 has been announced by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe.