Ireland ‘nicking’ tax revenue

At a time when British advertising group WPP appears poised to join the swelling ranks of British companies locating here for tax purposes, a leading accountant has sounded a warning about the damage to Ireland’s reputation which could be caused by p

13th September, 2008

At a time when British advertising group WPP appears poised to join the swelling ranks of British companies locating here for tax purposes, a leading accountant has sounded a warning about the damage to Ireland’s reputation which could be caused by poaching other countries’ tax revenues.

‘‘You are seen as nicking the tax from other countries,” said Richard Murphy, a leading British accountant and commentator on tax affairs, who lived in Ireland...

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