# corporate-tax - Today’s News
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# corporate-tax - Friday 11 July, 2014
This was the week in business.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 25 June, 2014
Corporate tax avoidance is bad for the global economy, paper reports.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 18 June, 2014
The Taoiseach is pretty confident that Ireland hasn’t broken any rules.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 18 December, 2013
Ireland cannot give with one hand to developing countries while facilitating tax avoidance at the same time, writes Morina O’Neill.
# corporate-tax - Monday 25 November, 2013
The proposal is part of a wide range of measures planned by the EU to tackle tax evasion.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 31 October, 2013
“AOL missed the marketplace,” admits Tim Armstrong in Dublin but shares the lessons the company has learned.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 19 September, 2013
CEO of IDA Ireland Barry O’Leary told the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee that foreign companies are paying a substantial amount of corporation tax.
# corporate-tax - Sunday 15 September, 2013
What do you think? Should we fight to hold on to our low corporate tax rate?
# corporate-tax - Monday 17 June, 2013
Eric Schmidt said governments see their own tax breaks as incentives while calling other countries “tax havens”.
# corporate-tax - Sunday 16 June, 2013
Safe to say we know what Sammy Wilson wants to see on the G8 agenda, then.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 13 June, 2013
A Congressional committee has been told that a ‘carrot and stick’ approach is favoured among politicians and US businesses.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 6 June, 2013
The leaders of Catholics from 11 countries say corporations, like citizens, have a moral duty to pay their fair share.
# corporate-tax - Friday 31 May, 2013
Carl Levin and John McCain have dismissed the Irish ambassador’s account of Ireland’s corporate tax system.
# corporate-tax - Friday 22 March, 2013
The move follows recent cuts by Sweden and Denmark.
# corporate-tax - Monday 4 February, 2013
A €1 billion sale of Bank of Ireland notes means Ireland recorded an Exchequer surplus for January 2013.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 6 December, 2012
It’s the morning after the €3.5 billion day before… so let’s bring you up to speed. Good morning!
# corporate-tax - Monday 3 December, 2012
The Revenue & Customs are to review Google’s returns over the last six years, in a case with Irish ramifications.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 15 November, 2012
We’re regularly told that “everything is on the table” for the Budget, writes Michael Taft. So what about corporation tax?
# corporate-tax - Saturday 13 October, 2012
During a question and answer session in Ohio, the Taoiseach predicts Ireland will be united – ‘but not in the near future’.
# corporate-tax - Monday 23 July, 2012
Speaking a the MacGill summer school, Joan Burton says taxes are high enough – but there are too many loopholes to avoid them.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 23 May, 2012
The party urged the Government to close the ‘Double Irish’ loophole which it said enables companies to pay less than 12.5 per cent tax.
# corporate-tax - Tuesday 20 March, 2012
A committee of the European Parliament approves a ‘draft protocol’ dealing with Ireland’s post-Lisbon parliament.
# corporate-tax - Saturday 21 January, 2012
Ireland looks likely to come under heavy pressure over our corporate tax rate, after details emerged of a new set of proposals from the EU power-brokers.
# corporate-tax - Tuesday 13 December, 2011
The Fianna Fáil leader told TheJournal.ie that Ireland will have less influence under the new agreement.
# corporate-tax - Tuesday 16 August, 2011
Michael Noonan shows cautious optimism after France and Germany outline plans for a Eurozone ‘financial government’.
Sarkozy and Merkel want collective Eurozone ‘government’, and call on other countries to make laws balancing their budgets.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 3 August, 2011
Department of Finance figures show that the Exchequer would be €2bn better off than at last year, if not for the banks.
# corporate-tax - Saturday 23 July, 2011
The next budget will contain further cuts of around €4bn, despite the country saving millions on its bailout loan payments.
# corporate-tax - Saturday 11 June, 2011
Minister says he will be particularly focusing on the IT and biotech sectors – and reminding potential investors that Ireland’s corporate tax rate remains unchanged.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 8 June, 2011
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Irish people’s €2 million flatpack habit; what NOT to say to a Leaving Cert student and the royal newlyweds’ starter home hell.
# corporate-tax - Tuesday 7 June, 2011
The Minister for Finance insists Ireland has enough bailout funds to get to mid-2013 at worst – but the opposition isn’t sure.
# corporate-tax - Sunday 29 May, 2011
The German government has reportedly rejected proposals for tax law reforms and dealt a serious blow to European Commission plans to introduce a common consolidated corporate tax base.
# corporate-tax - Thursday 26 May, 2011
Nine things you need to know by 9am: OECD calls for dole to be cut; Sellafield to be stress-tested by the EU; and why Cheryl Cole was dropped from the US X Factor.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 25 May, 2011
Enda Kenny says remarks by other ministers were misinterpreted, and Ireland is not looking to delay or default on its loans.
# corporate-tax - Monday 9 May, 2011
TDs from both Fianna Fáil and Labour criticise today’s proceedings, with one TD saying MEPs are like “a lighthouse in a bog”.
Máire Geoghegan-Quinn assures the Dáil that corporate tax can’t be changed by the EU without Ireland allowing it to.
# corporate-tax - Tuesday 3 May, 2011
The president is on a visit to the Netherlands where she’s told business leaders that Ireland is facing up to its problems. The Dutch finance minister has backed her stance on the corporate tax rate.
# corporate-tax - Wednesday 23 March, 2011
No decision will be taken until the results of stress tests on the bank are known.
The UK’s coalition government introduces its second budget. Here’s our condensed guide to what’s in it.
George Osborne’s second budget centres around a 5 per cent cut in corporation tax, with Britain “open for business”.