Entrepreneurs know they must limit their exposure to risk but they also know there is no way to eliminate it entirely, writes senior counsel Ross Maguire in The Sunday Business Post.
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The 0.6% pensions levy is continuing to provide ample headlines with attention now turning on how people might be able to soften the blow, pending a likely legal challenge to the constitutionality of the measure.
It would appear the campaign against the levy is beginning to gain real momentum, according to The Sunday Times, which devotes a full page to the issue.
With many people transferring money out of Ireland to foreign banks, some will be considering going the whole hog and leaving altogether. The Sunday Times says France could be about to add yet another reason for wealthy individuals to relocate there by unveiling new plans for a wealth tax overhaul next year.
A group of lawyers preparing to mount a constitutional challenge to the bankruptcy laws are likely to base their arguments on the issue of proportionality, according to The Sunday Business Post.
Compulsory pensions are back on the Government agenda, according to a report in The Sunday Times.
Joan Burton, the minister for social protection, told a conference during the week the Government wanted to give middle-income earners an incentive to save for retirement.