Brian Keegan: Boldly going where no US president has gone before
Joe Biden is implementing a radical agenda to fund his public expenditure programme, but what will it mean for our corporation tax yields?
A democratic left-leaning president can always be expected to favour big spending programmes, but has anyone ever been as big a spender as US president Joe Biden?
After committing $1.9 trillion to pandemic responses, he now proposes to commit a further $2 trillion to infrastructure spend. This marks a radical shift in economic approach between Biden and his predecessor.
Donald Trump seemed to view economic growth as being primarily private sector-driven. Biden, on the other hand, is...
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James O’Connor: Ireland could turn a higher rate of corporate tax into a win-win
The global tax regime is changing and we face losing out significantly if we do not consider a new approach to our competitiveness
Could Ireland take a multi billion euro hit on tax?
If the Biden administration’s proposals on global tax come to pass, our economy is unlikely to emerge unscathed over the long term, with corporate tax reform potentially costing Ireland billions each year
Tax authorities gradually making online currencies a little less cryptic
Britain has recently offered guidance, but our Revenue is already on the record for having previously said the existing tax code can handle cryptoasset transactions
Thousands of cases of untaxed wine seized by Revenue
The tax authority is carrying out checks at postal depots to seize untaxed wine, with the industry concerned over the impact on trade