Real Views: Ireland needs to fight its corner on tax

Ireland continues to find itself again at the centre of controversy over its corporate tax system, with it being a high-profile discussion point with the G8 leaders last week.

22nd June, 2013
Aidan Byrne, international tax partner with Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon.

Ireland continues to find itself again at the centre of controversy over its corporate tax system, with it being a high-profile discussion point with the G8 leaders last week.

Multinationals such as Apple and Google are being challenged by politicians in both the US and Britain over their use of tax planning strategies that have the effect of lowering their overall global tax rate. However, perhaps it is the tax systems in those countries that...

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