Thursday February 20, 2020

Tax Take: A time to delve... and a time to shelve

The government’s latest report on PRSI is likely to be quietly buried by Regina Doherty – and in this case, it’s probably best for all concerned

11th February, 2018

We are all used to government- commissioned reports and consultations being produced and then quietly shelved if they don’t suit the political priorities of the day. This habit can generate a degree of cynicism, understandably – but sometimes shelving a report is exactly the right thing to do.

It seems that this is what Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty proposes to do with last week’s report from her department concerning the future...

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