The Minister stated:
In Budget 2014 the Minister for Finance, Mr Michael Noonan T.D. announced “25 Measures for Jobs and Growth” worth €500m. By the end of Quarter 1 of 2014, the majority of these measures have either been fully implemented or are close to implementation.
- The Central Bank has informed the Department of a discrepancy in the Exchequer returns.
- The overall level of tax collected is unchanged. In relation to March 2014, €101 million was classified as VAT which should have been classified as income tax.
This technical Paper considers calculations for an effective tax rate on corporate profits in Ireland.
04.04.14NAMA announcement of the sale of Northern Ireland loan portfolio welcomed by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Michael Noonan, T.D.
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Michael Noonan, T.D. welcomes the announcement by NAMA today (4 April 2014) of the sale of the Northern Ireland loan portfolio to Cerberus Capital Management, L.P. (Cerberus).
END-MARCH 2014 EXCHEQUER STATEMENT
01.04.14Minister for Finance welcomes success of the recent IBRC loan sales processes with over 90% of the €21.7bn loan book sold to third parties
Following the successful sale of the last of the major portfolio of assets brought to the market by the Special Liquidators of IBRC, the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan T.D., today (1 April 2014) welcomed the success of the recent IBRC loan sales processes. Over 90% of the loan book has been sold to third parties, representing loan assets with a par value of approximately €19.8 billion ou
31.03.14Public Consultation on Employment & Investment Incentive, SARP and Foreign Earnings Deduction Tax Schemes
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Michael Noonan, T.D., today announced the commencement of public consultation processes as part of the reviews being carried out on the following tax schemes :
27.03.14Minister of State Brian Hayes calls on stakeholders to work together to build a better evidence base to tackle the Hidden Economy