And remembers little. He's a liar and with the intelligence resources at his disposal explaining a factual error as 'what I heard' is codology of the highest order.The thread title is fake news. Trump didn't claim Ireland is about to drop its corporate tax rate to 8%. He said that's what he'd heard. I guess he hears a lot of things.
As idiot in Chief, he either doesn't know or doesn't care that his village idiot meanderings have real effect on shares/stocks and the like.The thread title is fake news. Trump didn't claim Ireland is about to drop its corporate tax rate to 8%. He said that's what he'd heard. I guess he hears a lot of things.
Where did I say or even infer ANY of that? You have a fertile imagination.Ooh! touchy, touchy!
So we should be supporting initiatives which create large burdens on infrastructure paid for by the general public, but which generate little to no return to the society. How is that a sustainable position? A few jobs at any cost for the local politician?
Indeed I would yes. Corporations should be able to avail of a lower tax rate if they increase the workforce and invest in infrastructure such as transport, health care, education and housing.Oh, you would, would you? How do you propose to balance the books? The fact is, taxes need to rise. The government is not making enough money.
US President the Donald claims that Ireland will drop its corporation tax to 8%. If he is correct then it seems that Pascal O'Donnoghue misled the Dáil last week in the budget. Is The Donald right for once or is this more of his fake news?
Donald Trump says 'he hears' Ireland is about to drop its corporation tax rate to 8%
https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/10/22/president-trump-tax-reform-lets-make-morning-america-again-column/782233001/Finally, we will bring back trillions of dollars in American wealth currently parked overseas.
Today’s tax system foolishly penalizes companies that bring foreign profits back to the United States. Our plan encourages companies to bring this money home, where it can be invested in American companies, American jobs and American workers
The dolt actually thinks money owned by Apple and Google and Intel's shareholders belongs to the US government.That's some con job.
That's one hell of a complicated corporate tax system. One of the biggest complaints of the US tax code is, after how high it is, is how complicated it is. Complexity adds resourcing to deal with it. More resources, more costs.Indeed I would yes. Corporations should be able to avail of a lower tax rate if they increase the workforce and invest in infrastructure such as transport, health care, education and housing.
Also taxes don't need to rise, revenue needs to be spent better and certain sectors/issues need to be prioritized.
How would you go about raising taxes and what would the extra revenue be spent on?