Brennan, Seamus

Tuesday, 6 May 1986

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 365 No. 14

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Finance Bill, 1986: Committee Stage (Resumed).

I am not asking the Minister to yield to these amendments. But it is important, under this amendment, to bear in mind the precise level of taxation that we are talking about. I have to raise a point ...More Button

Let us just talk about the Minister's stewardship for a moment. In that year 11 per cent of taxpayers were paying tax above the standard rate. The position now is that 40 per cent of taxpayers are pa...More Button

I would like to ask the Minister a few questions. The first is of a technical nature. The abolition of this allowance seems to affect two other areas. One is section 12 of the Finance Act, 1967 whi...More Button

Will the Minister be here next year?More Button

I was just trying to brighten up the afternoon.More Button

Briefly, I support this amendment. I am glad to see it. Is there any other amendment of a technical or similar nature required as a result of the loss of the £100 legislation?More Button

I am disappointed the Minister has not an amendment to this section to do with the whole share option business. It was expected by the business community but I do not see any amendment from the Minis...More Button

I would point out that at 7 o'clock we are passing all the sections up to section 26. As of now there is no amendment from the Minister to unravel a major change in the basis of taxation for share op...More Button

I appreciate that.More Button

This is one of the most important sections in the whole Finance Bill this year. I really have to object to the way in which the House is being treated this afternoon in regard to the Minister's amend...More Button

Written Answers. - Excise Regulations Difficulty.

asked the Minister for Finance if he is aware of the difficulties being experienced by a firm (details supplied) in regard to excise regulations; and whether he has any proposals to alleviate such dif...More Button

Written Answers. - Remission of Penalty.

asked the Minister for Justice if in view of the personal hardship involved, has he any powers at his disposal to assist in the case of a person (details supplied) in County Dublin.More Button

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