Aggressive tax practices will not be tolerated

Budget measures will ensure that where profit is made, a fair share of tax is paid

10th November, 2019

The main focus of this year’s budget was to minimise the impact of Brexit on the Irish economy and to provide support to citizens in the event of a potential no-deal outcome.

A number of other budget decisions were not Brexit-related, but will be significant to the Irish economy in the medium term. Specifically, some decisions related to the taxation of institutional investment in the Irish property market.

Institutional investors play a critical...

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