Brian Keegan

Brian Keegan

National tax sovereignty must be defended

National tax sovereignty must be defended

A company is not a citizen and does not have the same moral duties, rights or responsibilities

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Property’s biggest problem needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brexit may now happen faster than most people have been anticipating

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Protestors may not be as strident when it comes to higher general taxation to pay for water services

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Inheritance tax is simply a heartless encroachment by the state into a family bereavement

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Plans to slash tax rates and broaden the tax base may be on the cards, but we must wait to see the real colour of the US president-elect’s prose

The taxman cometh: how to survive a Revenue audit

The taxman cometh: how to survive a Revenue audit

Being tax compliant is sound business practice, but mistakes do happen. Here’s how to be prepared

Becoming an island behind a problem

Becoming an island behind a problem

The civic dialogue on Brexit in the Royal Hospital last week was all-island, but not all-encompassing

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

The proposals surrounding the EU’s common consolidated corporate tax base do not differ much to 2011, so why is it being pursued again?

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

When it comes to pensions affordability, we may not be able to do much, however, something can be done on clarity

The Tax Take

The Tax Take

Budget 2017 should have been more proactive as the countdown to Brexit begins

Budget 2017: Brian Keegan’s five things to watch out for

Budget 2017: Brian Keegan’s five things to watch out for

This Tuesday is not expected to bring any major financial shocks we can expect some notable changes in Ireland’s fiscal landscape

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

When it comes to tax policy, the sense of risk at political level is constant

20 ways to cut your tax bill

20 ways to cut your tax bill

Tax expert Brian Keegan says taxpayers lose out on myriad credits and reliefs every year

Brian Keegan: Tax has become a four-letter word

Brian Keegan: Tax has become a four-letter word

The European Commission may have said ‘unlawful state aid’, but we only heard ‘€13 billion’