Tag: tax

Tax equalisation will benefit self-employed people and create jobs in Dublin Fingal

Fine Gael TD, for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell, has said that new tax equalisation measures will benefit self- employed people in the North County, helping to create even more jobs.   “There are 323,000 self-employed people in this country, 73,600 of them in the Dublin region. The new €550 Earned Income Tax Credit will benefit many of these people when…

Fine Gael to equalise tax treatment of self-employed in Dublin Fingal by 2018

Taoiseach launches Fine Gael Tax Calculator – www.finegael.ie An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, has said that Fine Gael is determined to equalise the tax treatment of self-employed workers in Dublin Fingal, by 2018. Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell, has said that the equalisation of the tax system is great news for all of the self-employed in the…

Budget 2016 will support Dublin Fingal SMEs to grow and continue to create jobs

Budget begins equalisation of tax treatment between self-employed & PAYE workers Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell, has said that Budget 2016 will support SMEs in the North County to grow and continue to create jobs. “Budget 2016 will support SMEs to grow and continue to create jobs. The introduction of a €550 self-employed tax credit marks a…

Sinn Féin’s €1.1 billion tax bomb would endanger growth in Dublin Fingal

Fine Gael TD, for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell, has said that Sinn Féin’s latest tax bomb would wreck the recovery and put the economic progress of the North County at risk.   “Sinn Féin’s pre-budget submission has revealed yet more tax hikes for working people and families that would damage the recovery. They have proposed €1.1 billion in new taxes,…

Fine Gael is standing up for small business and the self-employed in Dublin Fingal

Launch of small and family business campaign   Fine Gael TDs for Dublin Fingal, Minister James Reilly and Alan Farrell say Fine Gael is standing up for small businesses and self-employed people in Dublin Fingal. The party is having a national conversation with small businesses and the self-employed to identify the key issues they face.   “Fine Gael is the…

Take home pay will not be hit by budget

Fine Gael TD for Dublin North, Alan Farrell has welcomed the Government’s decision not to increase income tax in the 2012 budget. It is a measure designed to reward workers and get people spending. “I was delighted to hear Minister Noonan announce that there will be no increase in income tax. This highly significant announcement will be welcomed by every…