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Select Committee on Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport And Media: Estimates for Public Services 2021
Vote 33 - Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media (Further Revised)
(14 Jul 2021)

Catherine Martin: I apologise for the interruption. Deputy Munster asked about additional funding and there is the €220.9 million for tourism services. For Fáilte Ireland there was €50 million extra and €5 million carried over. That was support for strategic tourism businesses, with €5 million for training and digitisation support for the sector.

Written Answers — Tax Collection: Tax Collection (24 Nov 2009)

Joan Burton: Question 156: To ask the Minister for Finance the value of refunds on 2008 preliminary tax and losses attributed back to 2007, including 2008, and paid out to date in 2009; the number of such refunds amounting to less than €1 million, between €1 million and €5 million, between €5 million and €10 million, between €10 million and €25 million, and over €25 million; the number of...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government: General Scheme of the Planning and Development (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2021 (5 Oct 2021)

Mr. Eamonn Kelly: I cannot give the Deputy exact figures. It is €2.7 million-odd every six months. Ireland has paid €5 million in a lump sum and two instalments of €2.7 million. There is at least one more, and perhaps two more, to come. We are potentially talking about another €5 million, approximately.

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Corporation Tax (24 Nov 2015)

Pearse Doherty: 165. To ask the Minister for Finance the number of companies that paid corporation tax in the bands €0 to €50,000, €50,000 plus to €100,000, €100,00 plus to €500,000, €500,000 plus to €1 million, €1 million plus to €5 million, and €5 million plus, in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [41606/15]

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Social Insurance Fund Data (23 May 2017)

Seán Fleming: 357. To ask the Minister for Social Protection further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 138 and 139 of 11 May 2017, the number of individuals and organisations that owe the social insurance fund less than €10,000, between €10,000 and €50,000, between €50,000 and €100,000, between €100,000 and €250,000, between €250,000 and €500,000,...

Public Accounts Committee: Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland: Financial Statements 2019 (9 Mar 2021)

Marc MacSharry: Give or take €30 million per year, which sounds like big money to the average punter and, indeed, me. The money has been turned around. To fund €30 million in invoices per year, €5 million is needed every 60 days. Some €1 million goes out and €1 million comes in, for example. If the €60 million we have provided was to fund discounted invoices, it...

Public Accounts Committee: 2018 Financial Statements of An Bord Pleanála (3 Oct 2019)

Kate O'Connell: Was the €2.9 million estimate for 2014 the amount of money the board had to spend? How could something end up being €5 million when it was €2.9 million? Inflation is understandable but if I was the company who had got that tender I would be delighted I had received a tender for €2.9 million and could potentially get €5 million. I would think this is a...

Ceisteanna Eile - Other Questions: Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment (18 May 2021)

Heather Humphreys: I thank the Deputy for raising this matter. The pandemic unemployment payment, PUP, was introduced on 13 March 2020 in response to the Covid-19 crisis. Since its introduction, in excess of 23 million payments have been made, with 14.7 million payments made in 2020 and 8.4 million payments in the first four months of 2021. Last week, my Department issued payments to more than 376,000 people...

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Appeals Commission (7 Dec 2017)

Michael McGrath: 56. To ask the Minister for Finance the number of tax appeals before the Tax Appeals Commission; the value of tax these disputes amount to; the appeals by the number below €10,000, between €10,000 and €50,000, between €50,000 and €1 million, between €1 million and €5 million and the number above €5 million, respectively, in tabular form;...

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Reliefs Cost (15 Dec 2015)

Michael Noonan: I propose to take Questions Nos. 157 and 158 together. I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that, as tax returns do not separately identify "entrepreneurial" gains from other gains, there are no data available to accurately cost these proposed measures. However, on the basis of making various assumptions, it is very tentatively estimated that the cost of increasing the overall limit of...

Public Accounts Committee: 2012 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Dublin Docklands Development Authority
Annual Report and Financial Statements 2012
(6 Feb 2014) See 2 other results from this debate

Mr. John Crawley: I will try to reconcile the figures for the Deputy. We currently have approximately €8.5 million of assets. We had approximately €23 million at the end of 2012. We have had sale proceeds of assets of approximately €18 million. This included approximately €5 million in value higher than we originally anticipated in 2012. In other words, we...

Written Answers — Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Budget 2017 (29 Nov 2016)

Heather Humphreys: The total funding allocated to my Department in the Budget Estimates 2017 is €368.106 million. This provision allows for increases in funding across a range of arts and heritage bodies under my remit, as well as increases in a number of rural schemes. Key initiatives for 2017 include: - An additional €5 million for the Arts Council, an 8% increase in its annual budget; -...

Public Accounts Committee: 2015 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 35 – Army Pensions
Vote 36 - Department of Defence
Chapter 8 – Disposal of the Government Jet
(26 Jan 2017)

Mr. Maurice Quinn: To clarify, €5 million was put into our account. We gave the full €5 million to the Red Cross. It spent €3.1 million. We got back the rest, so that was the net amount.

Written Answers — Value of Exports: Value of Exports (12 Jun 2012)

Paul Kehoe: ...countries. The CSO's quarterly Balance of Payments publication provides details on Services exports and imports. Table 1a: Value of EXPORTS of Goods and Services 2008-2012 Exports €million Goods 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Q1 Total EU 53,855 52,223 52,122 53,290 14,536 Eurozone 34,726 35,983 35,411 35,658 9,738 Other EU 19,129 16,240 16,710 17,632 4,797 Total Non EU 32,540...

National Drugs Strategy. (30 Nov 2005) See 1 other result from this debate

Noel Ahern: The funding that comes through the local drugs task force and the Department is to deal with gaps in existing services. Services are provided across a range of Departments. A sum of approximately €50 million is spent on projects that started at local drugs task force level. In fact, the scale of Government investment is such that I do not believe people who are actively involved ever dreamt...

Written Answers — Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport: Departmental Expenditure (13 Oct 2015)

Paschal Donohoe: ...on industry standards, asset management best practice and conservative cost estimates. As set out in the table below, the estimate is based on a minimum annual output of: providing surface sealing on 5% of the network; road strengthening on 5% of the network; and general maintenance and repairs on the totality. The analysis points towards a conservative estimate of €580 million...

Ceisteanna Eile - Other Questions: Covid-19 Pandemic (17 Nov 2020)

Michael McGrath: I thank the Deputy. Moving to level 5 has had a significant impact on the public finances. The number of people on the Covid-19 pandemic unemployment payment has increased by more than 100,000 in that period and currently stands at 350,000. The weekly payment rate has gone from approximately €66 million per week at level 3 to €104 million per week under level 5. Some of that...

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits Expenditure (24 Sep 2015)

Joan Burton: I propose to take Questions Nos. 81 and 82 together. The estimated cost in 2016 (and a full year) of a €5 and €10 increase in the weekly rate of all working age payments is €201.7 million and €403.4 million, respectively. The estimated cost in 2016 (and a full year) of a €5 and €10 increase in the weekly rate of all pension age payments is...

Ceisteanna Eile - Other Questions: Grant Payments (15 Oct 2020)

Leo Varadkar: .... I will have to double check the figure. Quite a few details will need to be ironed out in respect of this particular scheme. Some 98% of businesses in Ireland have a turnover of less than €1 million. This scheme is very much aimed at the SME sector. As I understand it, it involves 10% of the first €1 million and 5% of the second €1 million up to a maximum grant...

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