Monday, April 2, 2012
Bloomberg: Ireland Vows to Collect Outstanding Household Taxes
April 2 (Bloomberg) -- Ireland's new 100-euro ($133) household charge was paid by just over half of the 1.6 million eligible homes yesterday. Some opposition political groups and labor unions have advocated the non-payment of the charge, as a rallying point against austerity. Owen Thomas and David Tweed report on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."
The Irish have the lowest corporate tax in the EU so guess who gets to pay the tax shortfalls that Irish corporations create?
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