Braced for a Brexit blow to tax yield

Braced for a Brexit blow to tax yield

The looming Apple case is a threat to robust corporation tax policy, but the income tax regime is unlikely to change much in 2019

Brexit is now not so much the elephant in the room, as the room with the elephant in it. No one, apart from the British, wants to go there. There are two ways that Brexit will have an impact on tax yield:

First of all, there is a direct correlation between economic growth and growth in tax yields. If the Irish economy is impacted in a negative way by Britain’s departure from the EU, as...

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