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Budget 2019: The lowdown on paid parental leave

Budget 2019: The lowdown on paid parental leave

Acid test for new US tax regime

Acid test for new US tax regime

Ireland could benefit as superpowers face off in a global debate about where cross-border businesses should pay their tax

The rise of inoffensive taxation

The rise of inoffensive taxation

The reassessment of the Local Property Tax due next year has produced the latest attempt at inoffensive taxation, an idea so bad, in so many ways, it’s hard to know where to start

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

If the finance minister hopes to repair our national reputation with his corporate tax roadmap, he’ll have to shout a little louder, and in a few more languages

Looking for the next big thing? think small

Looking for the next big thing? think small

Investing in small cap stocks involves higher risk, but it offers the greatest growth potential

20 easy ways to cut your tax bill

20 easy ways to cut your tax bill

Tax reliefs and credits support private individuals picking up the tab for items which might otherwise cost the exchequer dear. No one should be shy of claiming them

Inside the plan to defuse our pension timebomb

Inside the plan to defuse our pension timebomb

For the first time, it appears a government is actually going to move on pension reform with a compulsory scheme for workers without pension plans of their own

5 financial tips for women

5 financial tips for women

Gender-specific financial advice for women shouldn’t be necessary, but disparities in careers, pay and family roles often mean that women can have unique needs when it comes to investing for their future. Here are some top tips

Yes, the banks need to reduce their bad loans. But this cannot be achieved at Irish society’s wider expense

Yes, the banks need to reduce their bad loans. But this cannot be achieved at Irish society’s wider expense

Getting smart about saving for school

Getting smart about saving for school

Families need to make an education savings plan as soon as possible - not only for third level, but for primary school as well

The inheritance dilemma

The inheritance dilemma

Property or shares? Investing the proceeds of an inheritance gives plenty of food for thought

Speechless as EU rubs salt in Britain’s wound

Speechless as EU rubs salt in Britain’s wound

The European Commission’s proceedings against London for minor tax rule ‘breaches’ are corrosive and punitive

Strong outlook for Netflix amid battle for online market

Strong outlook for Netflix amid battle for online market

Its share price may have plummeted this week but the streaming service looks set to gain as audiences continue to move online

Hidden work and the rights of employees

Hidden work and the rights of employees

The government’s reform of PRSI must not undermine the workers’ benefits which should flow from it

The pros and cons of rent-a-room tax relief

The pros and cons of rent-a-room tax relief

You can earn €14,000 a year tax free by renting a room full time, but is it a good way to ease the accommodation shortage?