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Cowen should not increase tax burden

There is no case to increase the tax burden in the forthcoming budget. On the contrary, the Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen, should be looking to continue the process of tax reduction and to reform some of the more damaging parts of the taxation sy

24th November, 2007

There is no case to increase the tax burden in the forthcoming budget. On the contrary, the Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen, should be looking to continue the process of tax reduction and to reform some of the more damaging parts of the taxation system.

Budget 2008 needs to send a clear signal that the government is in control of the public finances, can get a grip on public spending and is committed to low...

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