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Written Answers — Department of An Taoiseach: Strategic Communications Unit (17 Apr 2018)

Marc MacSharry: 104. To ask the Taoiseach the costs and expenditure from the €5 million provided in Budget 2018 for the Strategic Communications Unit that have been expended up to and including 27 March 2018; the estimated further expenditure of the €5 million in the period between 27 March 2018 and the winding down of the unit in July 2018; and the amounts and purpose for which the moneys are...

Written Answers — Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Job Creation (2 May 2017)

Heather Humphreys: ...in funding across a range of arts and heritage bodies under my Department’s remit, as well as increases in a number of rural schemes under Budget 2017. These included: - An additional €5 million for the Arts Council, an 8% increase in its annual budget; - Boosts in funding for all of the National Cultural Institutions; - €2 million to allow for the opening of the newly...

Written Answers — Pension Provisions: Pension Provisions (27 May 2010) See 1 other result from this answer

Joan Burton: Question 65: To ask the Minister for Finance the estimate of the potential Exchequer savings on a 2011 and full year basis of reducing the €5.4 million limit on the size of a tax free pension fund to €1million, €2 million, €3 million, €4 million and €5 million; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22421/10]

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Rural and Community Development: Rural Regeneration and Development Fund: Discussion (27 Nov 2019)

Ms Sheenagh Rooney: There is no cap for category 1 funding. That said, we are trying to manage a cashflow of €315 million from now out to 2022 so for every call we have a certain budget, depending on the number of applications we receive. There is no cap as such on the funding for individual projects. We are talking about a ten-year programme of €1 billion. The...

Seanad: Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Bill 2011: Committee Stage (27 Jun 2013)

Michael Noonan: These amendments seek to increase the maximum penalty under the administrative sanction regime tenfold, from €500,000 to €5 million for an individual and from €5 million to €50 million for a body corporate. It is important that the fines are of sufficient scale to act as a deterrent to those who seek to profit from breaching their requirements. The Bill already...

Seanad: Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Bill 2011: Committee Stage (27 Jun 2013)

Michael Noonan: These amendments seek to increase the maximum penalty under the administrative sanction regime tenfold, from €500,000 to €5 million for an individual and from €5 million to €50 million for a body corporate. It is important that the fines are of sufficient scale to act as a deterrent to those who seek to profit from breaching their requirements. The Bill already...

Public Accounts Committee: Business of Committee (7 Mar 2019)

Seán Fleming: He states that the figure for the tribunals of inquiry is €341 million, €28 million for commissions of investigation, €82 million for commissions to inquire and €5 million for reports. In 2018, the cost for public tribunals was €8 million, the commissions of investigation cost €4.3 million and the commissions to inquire cost €688,000. The...

Written Answers — Residential Institutions Redress Scheme: Residential Institutions Redress Scheme (15 Dec 2005)

Mary Hanafin: Under the terms of the indemnity agreement reached with the religious congregations on 5 June 2002, the congregations agreed to make a contribution of €128 million towards the redress scheme. This was broken down as follows: a cash contribution of €41.14 million; provision of counselling services for €10 million; and property transfers of €76.86 million. The congregations paid the...

Departmental Expenditure. (8 Oct 2008)

Martin Cullen: The capital expenditure allocation to the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism in 2008 was €276.87 million. In addition, there was a deferred surrender amount of €25.181 million which was carried over from 2007, giving a total of €302.051 million available to the Department in 2008. In July 2008, some €3.9 million of the capital allocation was surrendered as part of savings required...

Other Questions: Research and Development Supports (3 Nov 2016)

Pat Breen: 5 o’clock The budget for 2017 saw a 5% increase, amounting to over €15 million, for the Department's innovation programme, with a capital provision of just under €323 million, which has increased from €307 million. The budget also introduced measures to support small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs, along with the lower 10% tax for capital gains...

Seanad: Finance Bill 2012 (Certified Money Bill): Committee and Remaining Stages (22 Mar 2012)

Darragh O'Brien: I want clarification on this section, which relates to the increase in the imputed income to 5% or 6% for approved retirement funds, ARF, or a vested PRSA in excess of €2 million. The previous Government introduced the imputed annual distribution on approved retirement funds and it makes sense. There are also significant changes to section 18, resulting in the reduction of the allowable...

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Child Benefit Rates (25 Mar 2015)

Joan Burton: ...the costs associated with monthly, as distinct from weekly, increases by the amounts stated. The full year cost of increasing Child Benefit by €5, €10, €15 and €20 per month is €71.6 million, €143.1 million, €214.7 million and €286.2 million, respectively.

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Yield (17 May 2016)

Pearse Doherty: 179. To ask the Minister for Finance the revenue that would be raised from the domicile levy were the Irish property value threshold lowered from €5 million to €3 million and the yearly income tax threshold increased from €0.2 million to €0.4 million. [9456/16]

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Reliefs Data (13 Jul 2017)

Michael McGrath: 175. To ask the Minister for Finance the full year cost of increasing the lifetime limit for CGT entrepreneur relief to €1 million, €5 million, €10 million and €15 million, respectively; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34207/17]

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Yield (14 Dec 2017)

Niall Collins: 133. To ask the Minister for Finance the full year cost of increasing the lifetime limit for CGT entrepreneur relief to €1 million, €5 million, €10 million and €15 million, respectively; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [54125/17]

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Overview of Operations: Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (27 Mar 2018)

Mr. Nick Ashmore: Tranches can vary from €5 million or €10 million up to €40 million or €50 million.

Public Accounts Committee: 2017 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Chapter 10 - Funding and Oversight of Approved Housing Bodies
Vote 34 - Housing, Planning and Local Government
2017 Financial Statements - Housing Agency
(25 Oct 2018)

Seán Fleming: That is €33 million minus €28 million. This €1.2 million happened in respect of €5 million of the Housing Agency's purchases. Can I take it none of it had to do with the National Building Agency or the agency's pension costs?

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs: Heritage Council Strategy 2018-2022: Discussion (14 Nov 2018)

Fintan Warfield: It was €7 million in 2008 and €5 million in 2009. It went down to €1 million from 2012 to 2016. It was €2 million in 2017 and 2018, so there is no change.

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: State Pensions (1 Mar 2017)

Leo Varadkar: On Budget Day, I announced the first general increase in the weekly rates of payment since 2009, which builds on the €3 increase which was introduced for pensioners in Budget 2016. A €5 increase in the weekly rates of payment for all social welfare recipients will come into force this month, with proportionate increases for qualified adults and those on reduced rates of...

Written Answers — Banking Sector: Banking Sector (9 Jun 2010)

Brian Lenihan Jnr: I refer the Deputy to the table below. As I indicated in my reply to PQ 22807 on 1 June, this information is taken from tables C4 and C5 of monthly reports produced by the Central Bank which shows loans to and deposits taken from customers, excluding Government and credit institutions. The latest statistics are available on the Bank's website at...

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