Wednesday May 27, 2020

Targeting small guy for tax hikes

Two new reports on taxation recommend ‘smoothing’, i.e. raising, of corporation and property tax

17th September, 2017

There were two important reports into the Irish tax system published this year, of which this week’s Coffey Report on Irish corporation tax is the most recent. Seamus Coffey’s terms of reference were to assess whether Ireland observes best practice in how we exchange tax information on our corporate taxpayers with other countries, whether we meet our commitments for cross-border tax reform under the OECD programme known as BEPS, and also to assess how even-handed...

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