- Three corporate groups paid a third of Ireland's corporate tax revenues in 2021.
- Large foreign-owned multinationals in the tech and pharma sectors dominate tax receipts.
- 57% of corporation taxes were paid by just 10 companies in 2022.
- Finance Minister plans to set up a long-term investment fund to channel excess corporation tax receipts.
A Third of Irish Corporate Taxes Are Paid by Just Three Firms
Three firms are responsible for a third of Ireland's corporate tax revenues, while 57% were paid by just 10 companies in 2022. Finance Minister plans a long-term investment fund for excess corporation tax receipts.