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Revenue eBrief No. 40/13

19 September 2013 PRSI changes for modified rate employees (civil and public servants) with additional income From January 1st 2013, where civil and public servants paying the modified PRSI rate (PRSI Classes B, C or D)

Revenue eBrief No. 39/13

17 September 2013 Employee Benefit Schemes Section 12 The Finance Act 2013 inserted a new anti-avoidance provision, Section 811B, into Chapter 2 Part 33 of the TCA 1997. An explanatory note on the new provision is contained in the Tax and Duty manuals under Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Corporation Tax at pdfPart 33.02.02  (PDF,… Read more »

Revenue eBrief No. 39/13

17 September 2013 Employee Benefit Schemes Section 12 The Finance Act 2013 inserted a new anti-avoidance provision, Section 811B, into Chapter 2 Part 33 of the TCA 1997. An explanatory note on the new provision is contained in the Tax and Duty manuals under Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Corporation Tax at pdfPart 33.02.02  (PDF,… Read more »

Revenue eBrief No. 39/13

17 September 2013 Employee Benefit Schemes Section 12 The Finance Act 2013 inserted a new anti-avoidance provision, Section 811B, into Chapter 2 Part 33 of the TCA 1997. An explanatory note on the new provision is contained in the Tax and Duty manuals under Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Corporation Tax at pdfPart 33.02.02  (PDF,… Read more »

Bank of Ireland set to sell seven-year bond

Bank of Ireland is preparing to sell a seven-year covered deal – the longest public bond offering from an Irish bank since the financial crisis began.The sale of a seven-year maturity is considered to be a logical step for Bank of Ireland, which has only issued three and five-year debt up until now. It is… Read more »

Aer Lingus shares fall as airline lowers profit forecast

Aer Lingus has warned its profits for this year will be lower than it had previously expected. The airline pointed to heavy discounting by Ryanair as one reason for the move, saying that all European airlines will be squeezed in the coming months by the no-frills carrier.

Aer Lingus shares fall as airline lowers profit forecast

Aer Lingus has warned its profits for this year will be lower than it had previously expected. The airline pointed to heavy discounting by Ryanair as one reason for the move, saying that all European airlines will be squeezed in the coming months by the no-frills carrier.