Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

The amount of tax collected last month was lower than December 2015 - something that should not happen in a recovering economy

The new year has its well-worn rituals: the return to work, the dismantling of the Christmas tree, the announcement by the Minister for Finance of how well the country is doing based on the January exchequer figures.

Exchequer figures reflect the pulse of an economy. The pulse rate of tax collection is back up to rates seen before the great recession of the last decade. Maybe it’s a hangover from the Christmas break, but the...

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