CORPORATE TAX RISES TO €8.2 BILLION WITH TOP COMPANIES PAYING LESS

Ireland’s ten biggest companies are paying 37 per cent of the country’s corporation tax.

But that’s a reduction on the previous year, when they were responsible for 41 per cent of the total income.

The Revenue Commissioners’ annual report today shows corporate tax income rose to 8.2 billion euro last year.

Revenue chairman Niall Cody says the increase shows companies are in good health across the board.

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