Friday June 5, 2020

Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Very few businesses had contingency plans in place in the event of Britain voting to leave the EU

3rd July, 2016

In the run-up to the Brexit referendum, I spoke to entrepreneurs in the SME sector operating both north and south of the border. I wanted to get their views on what a potential departure by Britain from the EU would mean to them.

All the people I spoke to were running decent sized indigenous businesses involved in cross border imports and exports, but none of them had any contingency plans in place were the British...

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