Martin Curley’s exit interview with The Currency: “Most of the problems in the HSE are management problems”
Tasked with digitally transforming the HSE, Martin Curley has resigned. He blames a lack of "will and skill" in the HSE's management and constant blockages of innovation. He no longer believes it is possible to fix the system from the inside.
Tonnage and kilowatts: the finicky and lengthy dispute between a fisherman and Revenue
In one of its first determinations published this year, the Tax Appeals Commission decided on whether a fisherman was entitled to reclaim VAT paid out during the course of his assets being sold through a receiver.
Two of Ireland’s largest retail groups have posted their accounts – here is what we know
The businesses behind the chain of Talbot hotels and the Barry Group have posted their financial results. Profits are up but as worries over the Covid-19 pandemic take a back seat, new risks of a “turbulent macroeconomic climate” are on the directors’ minds.
From Ballycoolin to Mahé: An antidote to the headache of contractors managing their own tax and payments
Founded out of the soil of the last recession, Sinead Doherty has taken Fenero from a headcount of one to 70. She talks to The Currency about expanding in India and taking the administrative sting out of contracting and freelancing models.