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KeepVat9 20h
Who will be affected by the increase in VAT? A multitude of areas within the hospitality and tourism sector, including the consumer!
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Mark McGowan 19h
๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡บ 3% ๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡บ 5% ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ช 6% ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช 7%. ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท 10% ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ 10% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช Stay in line with the rest of Europe our wage cost is higher than all of the above.
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KeepVat9 Sep 24
Considering the significant challenges currently facing small businesses, we need to show Government how important the 9% VAT rate is.
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KeepVat9 Sep 23
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KeepVat9 Sep 20
Creating value-for money for the Irish consumer should be a top priority for Government! The 9% VAT rate achieves this.
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Adrian Cummins Sep 20
The campaign founded & driven by the Restaurants Assoc If your restaurant - gastro Pub - catering outlet - hotel restaurant - Coffee shop wants the Minister for Finance to for food in Join the campaign !! RT in support
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KeepVat9 Sep 18
Should the 9% VAT rate revert to 13.5%, many restaurateurs will be out of business and Ireland's food tourism product will be severely damaged.
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KeepVat9 Sep 19
The 9% VAT rate is an essential factor in sustaining many businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry.
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KeepVat9 Sep 11
The reduced VAT rate has allowed the Accommodation and Food Services industry to generate both direct and indirect employment across Ireland.
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KeepVat9 Sep 10
The 9% VAT rate is responsible for supporting SMEs in a variety of industries, not just the hospitality sector. @Damien_Enlgish @ jimdalytd
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KeepVat9 Sep 9
We are urging Government not to undo all the good work that the successful 9% VAT rate has already achieved. Keep the rate at 9%!
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KeepVat9 Aug 30
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KeepVat9 Aug 28
The reduced VAT rate has safeguarded the viability of many small businesses within the Accommodation and Food Services sector since its introduction in 2011.
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KeepVat9 Aug 19
The 9% VAT rate has allowed Ireland's tourism industry to thrive, increasing the number of overseas visitors and bringing valuable revenue into the country.
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KeepVat9 Aug 17
The 9% VAT rate is a significant factor in the retention of much needed staff in the Accommodation & Food Services sector
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KeepVat9 Aug 16
The reduced 9% VAT rate has allowed small businesses in the Accommodation & Food Services sector to thrive, creating jobs across Ireland.
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Foodie Destinations Jul 25
We are delighted to announce that this year's online voting is now open! Head over to to choose your top pick for this year's
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Foodie Destinations Jul 18
We are excited to announce our top 10 finalists for this yearโ€™s competition in association with . Thanks to all who applied. Online voting will commence Wednesday 25th of July so get voting for your favourite foodie hot spot!
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Foodie Destinations Jun 14
We are delighted to announce that APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN for Foodie Destinations 2018 in association with Full details of the application process and eligibility requirements can be found at
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Adrian Cummins Jun 1
Absolute nightmare for the Irish Restaurant sector and customers at the moment European network has collapsed
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