Tom Maguire: Speed is of the essence in the face of this crisis
We all want cash to be sloshing around the economy again as soon as possible, so help the Revenue out and get your tax arrangements sorted quickly
This column is all about tax, but I hope you’ll allow me to commence this one with a personal note and a suggestion. On St Patrick’s Day, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said: “Not all superheroes wear capes, some wear scrubs and gowns.” A week later, we saw the Dáil and this nation stop what they were doing to applaud healthcare workers on the frontline who care for the infected. We watched as Eileen Dunne finished her...
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