Revenue Receipts

Department/Agency

Revenue Commissioners

Key information

Gross receipts, net receipts, repayments, and payments to the exchequer, by type of duty or tax. Net receipts from PAYE, VAT, income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax by economic sector. The main elements of costs of administration are also included.

Contact

The Revenue Statistics & Economic Research Branch at telephone + 353 (0) 1 8589366

Source

Revenue Commissioners' administrative records.

Scope

All Revenue receipts and costs of administration.

Frequency

Annual

Reference period

Calendar year

Start date

1996 and 2007 (Table TR6)

Timeliness

Typically within 10 months of the end of the reference period

Classifications

  • Duty or tax
    Customs; Excise; Capital acquisitions tax; Capital gains tax; Stamp duties; Residential property tax; Income tax; Corporation tax; Value added tax; Agricultural levies.
  • Administration costs
    Salaries, wages & allowances; Computer & office equipment; Postal & telecommunications; Superannuation; Services provided by the Office of Public Works; Miscellaneous.
  • Economic sector (NACE)
    A Agriculture, hunting and forestry; B Fishing; C Mining and quarrying; D Manufacturing; E Electricity, gas and water supply; F Construction; G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods; H Hotels and restaurants; Transport, storage and communication; J Financial intermediation; K Real estate, renting and business activities; L Public administration and defence; compulsory social security; M Education; N Health and social work; O Other community, social and personal service activities; P Activities of households; Q Extra-territorial organizations and bodies; All other sectors/unknown.

Theme

Economy - Government Revenue and Expenditure

Page Created

2007-12-01

Page Modified

2015-07-30

Keywords

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