How state-backed funds slash tax bills, Justin Trudeau's visit, want to skip the hospital waiting list?

This week Ian Guider is joined by Jack Horgan-Jones, Susan Mitchell, Barry J Whyte and Hugh O'Connell

4th July, 2017
The Post Podcast

Jack Horgan-Jones and Barry J Whyte explain exactly how global investment funds reduced their Irish tax bill to just €250 by teaming up with the Irish Strategic Infrastructure Fund (ISIF).

Hugh O' Connell assesses how the bin charges row will play out for the government and reflects on the excitement around the political drama of the year - when Leo met Justin Trudeau. By flashing his maple leaf socks, is our new Taoiseach trying too hard to impress the Canadian premier?

And Susan Mitchell joins Ian on the line to lift the lid on the best kept secret in the health service - how to skip the hospital waiting list and get an operation paid for overseas by the HSE.

It's all up for lively discussion in this week's episode of The Post Podcast.


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