Brian Keegan

Brian Keegan

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

Spring Atatement: Not much meat but some   thing to chew on

Spring Atatement: Not much meat but some thing to chew on

Noonan and Howlin’s spring statement was full of hints of what lies ahead in the budget

The tax take: Bowing to the inevitable

The tax take: Bowing to the inevitable

Other nations can only dream of the tax compliance levels achieved in this country

Taxing someone else is our preferred method of tax reform

Taxing someone else is our preferred method of tax reform

We must match our tax system to the needs of the economy

We must link effort and reward in tax policy

We must link effort and reward in tax policy

Especially in an election year, the time has to be taken to get tax policy right.

The Tax Take: Knowing when to stop

The Tax Take: Knowing when to stop

Europe’s new tax transparency system smacks of over-regulation

Osborne borrowing from Irish budgets

Osborne borrowing from Irish budgets

It was the case that what happened in Britain would happen here – but not now

The Tax Take: Politics, tax and what Einstein said

The Tax Take: Politics, tax and what Einstein said

Our political leaders owe us stability and certainty about how much tax we will owe – no matter how they want to raise money to run the government