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Brian Keegan: Ireland is taxed with a bad reputation

The US continues to see Ireland as a tax haven, even if this is no longer the case

29th April, 2018

Brendan Behan is sometimes credited with the notion that the man who has a reputation for getting up early can stay in bed all day, but I suspect this wry observation of human nature long predates the Borstal Boy.

I’ve spent the last few days Stateside trying to get my head around the vagaries of the recent US tax reforms, somewhat to the bemusement of some American tax consultants who regard Ireland as a colder...

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