Noonan backs off squeeze on tax exiles
The government has rowed back from plans to extract more cash from Ireland's tax exiles.
The government has rowed back from plans to extract more cash from Ireland's tax exiles, after being warned that any changes to the current system would hamper investment and have little real impact.
The government has repeatedly said it wants to get tax exiles to contribute more to the exchequer, but a consultation process has stymied any major overhaul of the system.
Submissions to the Department of Finance reveal that a string of accountancy and...
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