At a glance: mining duties, royalties and taxes in Ireland – Lexology

Duties, royalties and taxes Duties, royalties and taxes payable by private parties What duties, royalties and taxes are payable by private parties carrying on mining activities? Are these revenue-based or profit-based? Mining companies are liable to pay corporation tax of 25 per cent on mining activities (namely, extracting the ore from the ground). The Minister

Energy groups snub bank switch hearing; rent control woes; and Wall St takes a hammering – The Irish Times

Energy companies have been accused of snubbing Oireachtas hearings looking at how best hundreds of thousands of bank customers can move their direct debits painlessly to new banks as Ulster Bank and KBC exit the Irish market. Joe Brennan reports that committee chairman John McGuinness has given some of the State’s largest utilities a public

New rental measures announced for welfare recipients –

People receiving Social Welfare payments will be able to earn rent of up to €14,000 a year without their means-tested allowances being affected, under changes set to be announced today. Minister for Social Protection Heather Humphreys has received Cabinet backing for the move, which she hopes will free up rooms for tenants across the country.

Change to social welfare to help recipients house Ukrainian refugees –

Changes to social welfare legislation will be introduced to make it easier for people to offer accommodation to Ukrainian refugees. he measures are not solely aimed at housing Ukrainians, and will also allow people on certain social welfare payments to rent rooms in their homes to anyone seeking accommodation. The move will mean people on

Touch down at €3.3m Airport Park investment in Cork for good returns – Irish Examiner

You couldn’t build it for the price — that’s one of the sale pitches for a suburban Cork office building with a €3.3m price tag, with scope to boost its existing rent roll too. Up for sale in the Cork Airport Business Park is Building 4700, a modern block of 24,000 sq ft, and which

Welfare recipients to be allowed to earn €14,000 a year renting out a room – The Irish Times

Social welfare recipients can rent a room in their house up to a value of €14,000 a year without affecting their payments, under new Government measures aimed at easing the accommodation crisis. Minister for Social Protection Heather Humphreys is to bring forward new measures to free up accommodation both for the domestic housing crisis but

'Discriminatory' rent laws favour overseas funds over private landlords – Business Post

Property owners’ lobby group told politicians Reits should be subject to a flat 25% tax to level the playing field in the rental sector Landlords are being ‘unfairly blamed’ for the shortage of rental accommodation, the Irish Property Owners’ Association has said. Picture: Getty Real estate investment trusts (Reits) should be subject to a flat

Next national pay agreement must prioritise the cost of living crisis facing Irish workers – Fórsa –

Ireland’s second biggest trade union, Fórsa, is poised to demand pay increases greater than the rate of inflation in any new social partnership deal after members warned workers faced an alarming inflationary assault on their standard of living. ne Fórsa branch is now demanding a 30pc pay increase in year one of any new national

US fund seeks PPS numbers and proof of salary before it allows prospective tenants to view Dublin ap – Business Post

Business Post finds Greystar’s application cannot be completed without providing a PPS number and proof of salary information Two-bed apartments in Quayside Quarter cost between €3,320 and €3,575 a month to rent Greystar, a multibillion-dollar US residential fund, is prompting prospective tenants in Ireland to provide their PPS numbers, salary data and proof of earnings

EDITORIAL: You'd have to ask, who would actually want to live in this country? – Tipperary Live

If you’re residing in this country at present, and are renting or looking to build or buy, you may be wondering if you’re actually in an Irish Pictorial Weekly sketch. There are those who can’t afford to rent because they may have opted to work one too many hours last year. Then there are those