Donohoe sets new targets to offset ‘inevitable’ fall in corporation tax receipts
Finance Minister aims to run budgetary surpluses and meet stricter debt targets in face of ‘clear and present danger’
Paschal Donohoe has warned that there is a “clear and present danger” of a fall-off in Ireland’s record corporation tax receipts, and that it was was likely to begin after next year.
The Finance Minister today outlined new goals aimed at guarding against the “increasingly inevitable” drop-off in corporation tax revenue over the coming years.
These include achieving budgetary surpluses in successive years, as well as the setting of...
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