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It never rains but it pours: Ireland is facing the double whammy of Brexit and the impending overhaul of US tax policy. Photograph: iStock

With the biggest overhaul of US taxation in three decades and the small matter of Brexit waiting for us in 2018, it would be remiss to think it’ll be (...)

Employee benefits from workplace wellness programmes include enhanced self-esteem, reduced stress, improved morale, increased job satisfaction, improved health, and improved sense of wellbeing. Photograph: iStock
Getting the balance right at work

Current research shows that employers who help staff achieve a better balance in their working lifestyle are rewarded with a happier, more productive (...)

New  technologies  mean  less educated young people ‘could face major challenges’, PwC has said. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s gross domestic product (GDP), a measure of our economic activity, could get a €10 billion boost if more young people were in education, empl(...)

Ireland performs strongly on both tax contribution rate and compliance metrics, according to the Paying Taxes 2018 report

Ireland’s tax regime is the most “business friendly” among European Union nations, according to a new report by accountancy giant PwC and the World Ba(...)

Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher: “You can be the fittest man in the world coming back but it doesn’t make a bit of difference until you get your eye in.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Tipperary’s Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher learnt a lot in 2017, but those lessons came at the expense of his own hurling season. Serving in his first over(...)

“As artificial intelligence outperforms humans in more and more tasks, it will replace humans in more and more jobs.”

Like all good economists, John Maynard Keynes was better at predicting the past than the future. Writing in Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildr(...)

Dealz is ultimately owned by South African-based Steinhoff. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dealz parent Steinhoff has lost more than $12 billion (€10.2bn) off its value since it revealed “accounting irregularities” and parted ways with its (...)

Move follows a recommendation from the Revenue Commissioners, presumably sparked by evidence of people structuring transactions to avoid the new commercial property stamp duty rate which rose to 6 per cent. Photograph:  Joe St Leger

A late change to the Finance Bill has been introduced to try to stop people who are selling commercial property from avoiding the new higher 6 per cen(...)

No 19 St Stephen’s Green was designed by Richard Cassells, the top Dublin architect of the Georgian era.

One of the finest Georgian houses on Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green, occupied by the fine dining restaurant Shanahan’s on the Green, is to be sold on beh(...)

US President Donald Trump promotes the tax reform plan in Missouri.

Ireland is facing new challenges in attracting foreign investment due to sweeping changes to US tax rules which are now close to being voted into law(...)

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