Taxation and the law of unintended consequences

No surprises and no big changes will get Ireland through these turbulent times

31st December, 2017

It’s as if a tide of fiscal, regulatory and political uncertainty hit the western world in 2017.

In Germany, the major political parties are still trying to form a government as the AFD, a far right party, has won representation in the Bundestag for the first time in decades. A new Austrian coalition government already features ministers from a far right party.

After an inconclusive election, it took months for the Netherlands to form...

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