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Farmers with tax concerns or who need more advice on financial affairs in general have the opportunity to meet officials in County Sligo tomorrow, Thursday. It’s part of a farm walk taking place on the farm of TJ and Chris Tuffy in Doonally, a father and son team. They were…

A north west MEP is asking why the Irish government is blocking an EU proposal that would lead to great transparency on tax paid by multi-national companies in individual countries. Sinn Fein’s Matt Carthy is a member of the European Parliament’s new special committee that’s examining financial crime, tax evasion…

A Sligo/Leitrim TD is calling for the decision taken in 2014 that allows banks pay no corporation tax for 20 years to be reversed. Sinn Fein Deputy Martin Kenny is making the call in the aftermath of revelations of the pain and suffering caused to people caught up in the…

More new vehicles are being licensed in the North West. Figures just released by the Central Statistics Office show there were 5,303 vehicles licensed for the first time last year in Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal. That compared to 4,524 in 2015. Last year, most of the new vehicles — 3,284…

The threats caused by Brexit won’t disrupt plans for tax cuts. That’s according to the Taoiseach, who says his Ministers will stick to its plans in the Programme for Government. Economic growth is expected to fall slightly next year, partly as a result of doubts about our trading links to…