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

Back in September 2014, I started writing about tax for The Sunday Business Post. Four years and some 200 articles on, I had planned that today’s piece could mark the anniversary, an occasion to write about the best innovations in tax practice and policy that have materialised over the four-year period. But I quickly realised that it would be very hard to write eight hundred words about tax improvements in recent times.

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