TAX BREAKS result in the Irish exchequer forgoing €11 billion in income annually, according to a research paper presented at the Dublin Economics Workshop in Kenmare.
Making tax credits refundable would benefit 113,000 low-income individuals in an efficient and cost-effective manner according to a new study published by Social Justice Ireland on July 5, 2010.
October 19, 2005: Text of presentation by Sean Healy and Brigid Reynolds at meeting with Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance and the Public Service concerning the Review of Tax Reliefs and High E
June 30, 2010 - The Irish Times published comments by Social Justice Ireland
Ireland’s total tax-take is far below the EU average according to statistics published June 28, 2010 by Eurostat, the EU’s statistical agency.
The tax wedge in Ireland remained one of the lowest in the OECD in 2009 with 24 countries out of 30 taking a higher percentage from single people on the average wage and 27 countries taking more fr
The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling on the European Commission to analyse the possibility of introducing a tax on financial transactions such as a Tobin Tax or a Robin Hoo
Social Justice Irelands Policy Research Series 2010-
The proposal to introduce a windfall gains tax of 80 per cent on profits gained from increases in land value due to rezoning decisions is most welcome and should be introduced by Government as soo
The Report of the Commission on Taxation, published on September 7, 2009, has produced a wide range of proposals. Some of these are very positive others are not acceptable.