Brian Keegan

Brian Keegan

A question of capital

A question of capital

Budget 2016 is looming, and now the pressure is building for the reform of capital taxes

The Tax Take: Expenses under review

The Tax Take: Expenses under review

Sometimes, there is such a thing as a free lunch

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Increasing the national wage while pushing more of the tax burden up to the top 20 per cent of taxpayers will not provide a sustainable tax base

Is Irish business really doing better now?

Is Irish business really doing better now?

Exchequer returns are the best indicator of the health of Irish business

British budget more than just a balancing exercise

British budget more than just a balancing exercise

Corporation tax changes are at the heart of Osborne’s budget

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Pension contributions – despite tax changes – are always clever

A short history of taxation

A short history of taxation

There are dangers when tax legislation is dictated by political objectives

Tax take: Did you read the question?

Tax take: Did you read the question?

The European Commission’s latest plans for reform of company taxation are utterly wrong-headed

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

A nudge is as good as a wink

Tax Take: Any chance of a raise?

Tax Take: Any chance of a raise?

Everyone deserves a fair wage, and tax cuts are the fairest way to boost income

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Don’t expect any tax-related amendments to the Constitution – it suits the government just fine the way it is.

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

The relaunched Seed Capital Scheme, Sure, appears to be little more than a PR exercise by the government

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

The Australians could drive away businesses with their new tax proposals

The Tax Take: Business needs to know what amount of tax it should be paying

The Tax Take: Business needs to know what amount of tax it should be paying

Certainty is more important than equity when it comes to tax affairs

The Tax Take: Political devolution in Britain has consequences for its taxation system

The Tax Take: Political devolution in Britain has consequences for its taxation system

A very taxing election campaign in Britain