Almost €1 out of every €5 collected in Ireland in 2018 is paid as corporation tax, but we don’t seem to be very good at forecasting it
Revenue has a difficult job to do, which it generally does well and without any need for interference. But this latest move is unfair, and the government’s hands are tied
Last week’s Brexit agreement gives some small grounds for optimism, but the overall outlook is still overwhelmingly bleak
The Irish tax system is relatively simple for companies and PAYE individuals alike. But does this simplicity come at the cost of fairness?
British politicians have failed to understand that trade will be the biggest loser if there is a hard Brexit