Mick Wallace It has developed to a point now that most people realise that Facebook are part of the problem, and will certainly… https://t.co/3nfxxmbiUY
Mick Wallace Might the so called 'Liberals' in Dail Eireann have a rethink on their decision to vote for the criminalization of… https://t.co/vv1uamLlp6
Mick Wallace Now that #NAMA's name is Muck, the Government are eager to wrap up & hope the problems go away with it. But we need… https://t.co/v4bCTP2sDr
Mick Wallace RT @gracedyas: I am on my way to Wexford Town for @NotAtHomeIre - women who have travelled for abortion are the only ones being silenced…

PQ - Finance

Thursday, 16th January, 2014

 

To ask the Minister for Finance if any impact analysis has been carried out on the effects of real estate investment trusts on rental prices here; and if he will make a statement on the matte…

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To ask the Minister for Finance the reasons he sought to introduce tax breaks for executives in multinational companies which would have reduced to 23% the income tax rate for eligible executives earning up to €500,000; an…

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To ask the Minister for Finance his views on recent research by the Nevin Economic Research Institute which states that a combination of a stimulus programme, tax adjustments and savings from the recently restructured deal…

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To ask the Minister for Finance in view of the phasing out of quantitative easing, which is likely to be followed by rising interest rates, his views on whether it is more imperative than ever to pursue policies that will…

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