Financial Transaction Tax is payback time for banks

Financial Transaction Tax is payback time for banks
"Britains difficulty is Irelands opportunity."

Post-Brexit, the FTT is a moral imperative that would net millions for the state

First proposed by the EU in 2011, the Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) is a proposed levy that financial services would have to pay when they buy financial instruments. It operates in the same way as property taxes. When a transfer of ownership occurs, a duty must be paid to the state.

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