The Tax Take: Ireland is stuck in the middle for 2017

The Tax Take: Ireland is stuck in the middle for 2017
The reality of Brexit for Theresa May will be seen once Article 50 is triggered Pic: Getty

Ireland’s tax policy in 2017 may well be informed by Brexit and the Trump presidency

Met Éireann has it right – try to predict anything much beyond a week, and the world becomes too chaotic to say anything sensible. On the other hand, it’s reasonable to try to make forecasts and plans based on the likely consequences of what we do know now. 2016 has left us with two major influences on the way the business tax world will work during 2017. We have Trump to the left of us and Brexit to the right.

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