Wednesday October 21, 2020

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

The worst people to ask about tax are taxpayers

15th October, 2017

Ironically, the hardest week in which to write about tax is the week of the budget, because everything the finance minister said and did has already been parsed and analysed. There is so much analysis that is just not possible for all of it to be correct. And there is another, more fundamental, reason for some of the analysis at least to be wrong.

While as usual, much of the detail in the budget emerged...

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