Responding to today’s publication of the SBCI’s lending figures during its first four months of operation, the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan stated;
24.07.15Public Consultation on the Tax Treatment of Expenses of Travel and Subsistence for Employees and Office Holders
The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, T.D., has initiated a consultation process on the Tax Treatment of Expenses of Travel and Subsistence for Employees and Office Holders. You can download the consultation document here.
The Minister for Finance Mr Michael Noonan TD, has today published the Finance (Tax Appeals Bill) 2015. This follows the commitment given by the Minister in his Budget statement 2014 to reform the role, functions and structure of the Office of the Appeal Commissioners.
This morning (14-July-2015) in Dublin Minister Harris welcomed President Gauck of Germany to a roundtable discussion with senior officials and representatives of Irish State Agencies. An objective of discussions was to update President Gauck on progress to date on the operation of the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland - established with the support of the German Development Bank (KfW) a
European Union (Bank Recovery And Resolution) Regulations 2015” SI No. 289 of 2015, which transpose the Bank Recovery Resolution Directive(BRRD) have been signed by the minister and come into force this Wednesday the 15th
Consumer Protection (Regulation of Credit Servicing Firms) Act 2015
Borrowers whose loans are sold to unregulated entities will now be protected by the Consumer Protection (Regulation of Credit Servicing Firms) Act 2015 which has just been signed by the President.
03.07.15Department of Finance and Central Bank publish joint Consultation Paper on Funding the Cost of Financial Regulation
The Department of Finance and the Central Bank of Ireland today published a joint consultation paper entitled “Funding the Cost of Financial Regulation” to canvass views on a move from the current approach of partial industry funding of the cost of financial regulation towards full industry funding.
Exchequer Returns for Q2 2015 shows Exchequer improvement of €2.7 billion on the same period in 2014
• Tax Returns to end June show cumulative tax receipts were up €805 million (4.1%) on profile.
• Total net voted expenditure to end June is €304 (1.5%) below profile
Media arrangements for Government’s National Economic Dialogue
Venue : Dublin Castle
Date : July 16 – 17