Friday August 7, 2020

The Tax Take

A financial statement could have outlined our position on current contentious issues

24th April, 2016

Yet another casualty of the current political impasse is the spring statement. Introduced last year at the end of April, the spring statement was a new feature in the Irish fiscal calendar. The idea was to develop a more coherent process for national budgets by outlining at an early stage how the nation’s finances were looking. The hope was to prompt some kind of informed debate in the run-up to the budget in mid-October....

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