Saturday October 31, 2020

Budget 2020: Still time to prepare for Brexit and taxes, but not much

Expectations are still for a deal to be done, even if that means a ‘thin’ result, but it would be wise to get a head start

17th October, 2020
The budget was costed assuming a no-deal Brexit, with a no-deal anticipated to result in a reduction in Irish growth of just under 3 per cent

This is the fifth budget since Britain’s vote for Brexit and, after a number of false starts, it looks like the endgame is finally here.

As the saying goes, familiarity breeds contempt and distance breeds respect.

While Budget 2021 brings a sense of déja vu and Brexit fatigue has undoubtedly crept in over the years in some quarters, there has been no lack of respect from the Government to the potential damage a...

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