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4 in 10 workers have no occupational pension – Age Action

40% of workers aged between 20 and 69 have no occupational pension coverage other than the state pension, according to ...
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Donohoe says Ireland committed to global tax deal – but it must work for small countries

Ireland is committed to reaching an agreement to overhaul global corporate tax, but it must be one that works for ...
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Government spent €13 billion on tackling Covid last year – CSO

Figures published the Central Statistics Office today give a provisional breakdown of the €13.1 billion spent by the Government last ...
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Job postings continue to grow, up 34% in first quarter – IrishJobs

Job postings on e-recruitment platform IrishJobs.ie were up 34% in the first quarter of the year, compared to the final ...
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Report warns of rising houses prices and delays

The construction industry could be unable to meet pent-up demand for housing and infrastructure, even when fully reopened, due to ...
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Covid supports not a subsidy for insurance firms – McGrath

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath has said the Covid-19 supports paid to businesses were “never intended to ...
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Covid-19 having ‘profound’ impact on SMEs

A survey by the Central Bank and the ESRI has found the impact of Covid-19 on small and medium sized ...
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Key focus of Government is getting people back to work – Donohoe

The Minister for Finance has said that scaling up the vaccine programme is key to the re-opening of the economy ...
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Land prices forecast to rise by 4% on average in 2021

Land prices remained resilient last year despite the threat posed by Covid-19, according to a report by the Society of ...
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