Tag Archive: Revenue

Jun 27

Finance (No.2) Act 2011

The Finance (No.2) Act 2011 was signed into law on 22 June and provides the legislation for the introduction of the levy on pension schemes announced in the Jobs Initiative. Key Points: Government Pension Levy Levy of 0.6% on the market value of assets under management, to raise €470 million per year. The legislation specifically …

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Jun 12

Budget 2010

Budget 2010 Highlights *Main Tax Credits *Mortgage Interest Relief *Income Tax Bands *Benefit in Kind *Social Insurance *Corporation Tax Rates & Payments *Research & Development Tax Credit *Intellectual Property Capital Allowances *Other Capital Allowances *Pension Contribution Limits *Capital Gains Tax *Gift/Inheritance Tax *Value Added Tax *Stamp Duty *Dates to Remember Return to Top Main Tax …

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May 23

Budget 2011

The below is a brief synopsis of the details of the Brian Lenihans 2011 Budget. For a more comprehensive look at the Budget Click Here.   No change to 12.5% corporation tax rate. Accelerated capital allowances scheme for energy efficient equipment timeframe to be extended. Replacement of Income Levy and Health Levy with a single …

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May 22

Pensions Levy

On Tuesday 10th May 2011, the Minister for Finance announced the introduction of a new tax. It is called a Pension Levy and will be applied on Private Pension Scheme assets. It was included in the government’s announcement on a Jobs Initiative.The Levy applies to pension scheme assets in the Private Sector only. It is …

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May 22

Jobs Inititative

0.6% levy on private pension funds: Intended to raise €470m a year, payable in two tranches. It will operate for four years, and will raise €1.88bn overall. It will not apply to non-residents or to funds already in wind-up before 10 May, 2011.Air travel tax to be reduced to zero: This measure is taken provided …

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