Brian Keegan: Sunak’s tax hikes should be watched in Ireland
The British Chancellor, faced with an economy that shrank last year by almost 10 per cent, has resorted to austerity-style measures in his attempt to stem the bleeding
When Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson were campaigning for the Brexit vote, did they have it in their script that the first post-Brexit British budget would raise business taxes?
Business tax hikes don’t seem to gel with their vision of a promised land, free from EU shackles. To be fair, neither they nor their political opponents foresaw the impact of a pandemic coinciding with Brexit. Nor for that matter could anyone have envisaged how effective...
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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
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