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BUDGET 2012 – THE DEVIL WILL BE IN THE DETAIL

Needless to reiterate, it isn’t great out there and the president of the Irish Tax Institute, Bernard Doherty, tells The Sunday Business Post it isn’t likely to get a whole lot better. Doherty notes we can expect the introduction of household charges and increases in VAT and capital taxes as well as possible changes affecting PRSI and pensions in the upcoming Budget but “the devil will be in the detail”.

CORPORATION TAX INCENTIVES

They may not be politically popular in the current climate of austerity where everyone is feeling the pinch, but maintaining and improving tax incentives for business must remain a core component of industrial strategy, Kevin McLoughlin, head of tax services with Ernst & Young, opines in The Sunday Business Post.

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