Monday July 13, 2020

IBEC calls for Brexit tax response

Match 'aggressive' British moves in Budget, urges body

14th July, 2016
IBEC wants 'far-reaching' tax changes Pic: iStock

Business group IBEC has called on the Government to make 'far-reaching' changes to business and personal taxes in Budget 2017.

The organisation says such moves are needed to ensure that Ireland stays competitive and attractive to mobile investment and talent following the Brexit vote.

On tax, the body has called for an increase of €1,000 in the point at which workers hit the marginal rate of tax, and 'a clear road map' to lower the marginal...

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