Tom Maguire: Much-vaunted stimulus package doesn’t go far enough
A dramatic drop in the capital gains tax rate could lead to a huge influx of revenue
I’ve been writing in this column about tax measures required to escape the current Jurassic economy for some time now. Last week saw the publication of the Financial Provisions (Covid-19) (No. 2) Bill 2020 (Covid Bill). This contains the draft law behind the tax bits of the July stimulus package. However, business had asked for more than what it currently says. The Rolling Stones famously sang that “you can’t always get what...
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How to manage: Maintaining a healthy work/life balance in the post-Covid workplace
A company survey reveals that over 80 per cent of the Speed Fibre Group workforce is happy to work from home for most of the week, while some presence in the office needs to be maintained
‘No one likes to be micro-managed. If you have hired someone to do a job, let them get on with it’
By being yourself and staying flexible in your approach, you will be able to show colleagues what can be achieved in a business, says Andrew Magowan of The Inside Trek