There’s a role for tax incentives targeted at embattled SMEs
The Tax Strategy Group of public servants seems remarkably short on ideas to modify the tax system to foster domestic supply, demand or investment
When the Minister for Finance stood in the Dáil to deliver his budget speech last October, Paschal Donohoe announced that the 2020 scenario was for a no-deal Brexit. As it turned out there wasn't a no-deal Brexit in 2020. Instead we ended up with a no-vaccine pandemic. From the political noises last week, a similarly cautious approach is in prospect for Budget 2021.
There is one big difference however. Last year's budget was formulated on the...
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How to manage: Taking action over conduct outside work is tricky
Employers should tread very carefully if they are considering sanctioning an employee over an incident that occurred outside the workplace
Making It Work: Irish natural body care brand is California dreaming
Galway-based Nuasan will target health-conscious Americans with its plant-based products
Making It Work: Start-up uses AI to help speech and language therapists reach kids
As sessions move online, Kids Speech Labs has developed a platform to support therapists and families