Brian Keegan

Brian Keegan

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

The new Beps rules mean smaller economies could lose tax revenues and foreign direct investment

BUDGET 2016: Brian Keegan on where he thinks the money should be spent

BUDGET 2016: Brian Keegan on where he thinks the money should be spent

The government has already announced the total value of the tax package for Budget 2016 at between €600 million and €750 million

The Tax Take: A game of inches

The Tax Take: A game of inches

Should tax policy be used to address the housing crisis?

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

The parallels between the US tax system and our own are many and striking

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

What will a shift in international tax rules mean for Ireland?

State must reject a negative EU ruling on Apple

State must reject a negative EU ruling on Apple

The EU Commission knows it is becoming increasingly irrelevant, but that is not an excuse to pursue Ireland over Apple

Save cash: 20 ways to cut your tax bill

Save cash: 20 ways to cut your tax bill

Tax expert Brian Keegan's unmissable guide to help you fork out less to Revenue

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Revenue’s latest clampdown is targeting the construction sector

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