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- Ceisteanna - Questions - Priority Questions: Research and Development Funding (8 Dec 2016)
John Halligan: The Deputy is asking if cycle 5 of the programme is fully paid, or what is remaining to be paid. In monetary terms, cycle 5 was the largest of the five cycles which awarded a total of €359 million in funding across 36 distinct projects. My Department continues to make payments to the colleges via the Higher Education Authority in respect of the PRTLI cycle 5. Total expenditure by my...
- Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Code (20 Jan 2016)
Michael Noonan: I propose to take Questions Nos. 55 to 60, inclusive, together. I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that the estimated first and full year costs of abolishing the Universal Social Charge (USC) structure, as set out in Budget 2016, would be in the order of €2,522 million and €3,703 million respectively. The estimated yield to the Exchequer from the various single band and...
- Written Answers — Departmental Staff: Departmental Staff (12 Jun 2012)
Frances Fitzgerald: ...the remit of my Department is set out in the following tables: Department of Children and Youth Affairs Staffing level at end May 2012 Pay Allocation 2012 % Pay Administrative/Clerical Staff 65% â¬4.205 million 50% Managerial Staff 30% â¬3.793 million 46% Ministerial/political Staff 5% â¬0.359 million 4% Total 130.69 members of staff â¬8.357 million 100% National Educational...
- Leaders' Questions (18 Jul 2012)
Micheál Martin: The deficit of Galway University Hospital is â¬7 million, Drogheda is at â¬6 million, Beaumont is at â¬8 million, Tallaght is at â¬7.5 million, the Mater is at â¬5 million, Cork University Hospital is at â¬5 million and St. Vincent's hospital is at â¬6 million. I am not the only one saying this.
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Finance (Tax Appeals) (Amendment) Bill 2019: Discussion (30 May 2019)
Paul Murphy: According to the figures that are online, the mode is €5 million. Approximately 12 states have a threshold of €5 million, including Germany, which is not subject to a very small market, as well as Austria, Belgium, and other states with large economies. Why does it make sense for Ireland to increase its threshold to €8 million when the likes of Germany are staying at...
- Public Accounts Committee: 2012 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
2012 Accounts of the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board (23 Oct 2014)
Mr. John Pollock: All told, there was a team of about 40 people. Build, design and operate costs were approximately €5 million. The health planning role also cost about €5 million. The legal costs were between €1 million and €2 million and PM Group costs were €11 million or €12 million.
- Public Accounts Committee: 2016 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 2 - Department of An Taoiseach (3 May 2018)
Marc MacSharry: Mr. Fraser said the savings target for the SCU was going to be €5 million, and he is still going to go on that line, but if it cost €5 million and it was going to save €5 million, was it not going to be cost-neutral?
- Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Collection (16 Oct 2012)
Richard Boyd Barrett: ...of profits made by companies registered here in 2011; and the total amount of tax paid and to break down the profits and tax paid into bands starting from €0 to €100,000, €100,000 to €500,000, €500,000 to €1 million, €1 million to €5 million, €5 million to €20 million, €20 million to €100 million,...
- Public Accounts Committee: 2015 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 21 – Prisons
Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts Special Report No. 93: Annualised Hours of the Prison Service (2 Feb 2017)
Seán Fleming: ...to get into any specific detail there. I have two final observations to make. We were supplied with a briefing note on the outturn for salaries, wages and allowances in 2014, which was €236 million, including a Supplementary Estimate of €5 million. The outturn in 2015 was €235 million. I see that the estimated outturn for 2016 is €230 million. It is good to...
- Written Answers — Tax Collection: Tax Collection (3 Dec 2009)
Joan Burton: Question 96: To ask the Minister for Finance further to Parliamentary Question Nos 156 and 157 of 24 November 2009, the number of tax refunds issued to date in 2009 below â¬1 million, more than â¬1 million, more than â¬5 million and more than â¬10 million to the banking and financial intermediation sector and the value of refunds to the banking and financial intermediation sector...
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Defence: Developments in Georgia: Engagement with Ambassador of Georgia (10 Dec 2020)
H.E. Mr. Ophir Kariv: The final agreement between Israel and Palestinians involves many complicated issues, including the Palestinians stance on refugees and the meaning of 5 million refugees. That is another Palestinian or UNRWA invention, namely, 700,000 refugees becoming 5 million today. Those 5 million people going to the state of Israel, although this is the end of the state of...
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government: Planning and Development Bill 2020: Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage (8 Dec 2020)
Mr. Eamonn Kelly: One could perhaps say €15 million. We have paid €5 million for the lump, and with the daily fines we have probably already accrued in the ballpark of about €5 million to €6 million, although I do not have it worked out. If it goes for another six months one could be adding another €2.75 million on top of that.
- Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits Data (16 Jul 2015)
Joan Burton: I propose to take Questions Nos. 63, 65, 69 and 111 to 115, inclusive, together. Based on 2014 numbers of 1,232,535 recipients, payment of a Christmas Bonus equivalent to 50%, 75% and 100% of payment levels would cost €130.2 million, €195.3 million and €260.4 million respectively. Based on these same recipient numbers, the cost of a €5 increase in the annual...
- Written Answers — Pension Provisions: Pension Provisions (15 Oct 2008)
Róisín Shortall: Question 5: To ask the Minister for Finance the cost to the Exchequer, if the maximum allowable pension fund was capped at â¬5 million, â¬4 million, â¬3 million and â¬2 million respectively. [35084/08]
- Written Answers — Department of Finance: Corporation Tax Data (9 Oct 2013)
Pearse Doherty: 65. To ask the Minister for Finance the number of companies making a corporation tax return in excess of €1 million, €5 million, €10 million and so on by €5 million, for each of the years from 2006 to present. [42656/13]
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs: Estimates For Public Services 2017: Vote 33 - Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs (4 Oct 2017)
Heather Humphreys: No, they are not. The Creative Ireland initiative received €5 million. The Arts Council got an additional €5 million last year, which increased its funding to €65 million. The Irish Film Board received an extra €2 million.
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Rural and Community Development: Western Development Commission: Chairperson-Designate (27 Jun 2018)
Éamon Ó Cuív: Are we talking about €5 billion, €500 million, €100 million, or €5 million or €10 million?
- Public Accounts Committee: 2017 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 1 - President's Establishment
Vote 2 - Department of the Taoiseach (7 Feb 2019) See 1 other result from this debate
Marc MacSharry: We no longer use the term "strategic communications unit". It only spent €2 million out of a potential €5 million, which was cut from €5 million to €2.5 million. There is no specific budget this year and, instead of 21 people, there are only 16 or 17 people devoted to communications.
- Ceisteanna - Questions - Ceisteanna ar Sonraíodh Uain Dóibh - Priority Questions: Arts Policy (19 Nov 2020)
Catherine Martin: I thank the Deputy. In the interim, I hope he would know that I announced the successful applicants from the €5 million pilot programme in the July stimulus package. I will roll out €50 million in the new year to help the sector. The amount was increased to €50 million because the €5 million programme received €16.5 million worth of applications. This...
- Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Microenterprise Loan Fund Expenditure (26 Mar 2013)
Richard Bruton: At a meeting on 24 November 2011 the Government approved the allocation of €10 million in the form of a non-repayable grant as seed capital for the Microenterprise Loan Fund. The allocation of €10 million to Microfinance Ireland was met from savings in the Vote of my Department. Using an initial 5 year horizon, this €10 million seed capital, supplemented by a further...