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Business backlash against stealth hikes to PRSI rate

A battle is brewing between the tax authority and the property industry over loopholes to avoid the increased stamp duty charges

15th October, 2017

The fallout from Budget 2018 is becoming clear this weekend, with a battle brewing between the tax authority and the property industry over loopholes to avoid the increased stamp duty charges, and the emergence of new stealth taxes that will impact small Irish businesses.

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has also outlined his priorities for future budgets. He wants to change the threshold that earners begin paying the higher rate of tax.

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