In the media

In the media

In his regular column in the Business Post, Dr Brian Keegan talks about how we need simple and quick supports to cope with the COVID-19 unemployment crisis, not a complex new industry of loans, grants, tax breaks and deferrals. In his column in the Irish Examiner, Dr Keegan discusses how increased COVID-19 funding costs are set to turn up the heat on extending the much-debated state retirement age to 67 next year.

May 18, 2020
In the media

In his regular column in the Business Post, Dr Brian Keegan discusses how in order to ensure certainty of success in government formation talks, politicians involved in government formation talks must now also re-engineer the attitudes of their parties and supporters.

May 11, 2020
In the media

  In his regular column in the Business Post, Dr Brian Keegan talks about how new taxes are often the by-products of crises, such as the 2008 financial crash. This pandemic is likely to be no different. In his column in the Irish Examiner, Dr Keegan discusses how a fair, credible and reliable audit and reporting regime goes a long way towards sustaining confidence in Irish industry to speed up the path to economic recovery. 

May 07, 2020
In the media

In his regular column in the Business Post, Dr Brian Keegan talks about how new taxes are often the by-products of crises, such as the 2008 financial crash. This pandemic is likely to be no different. In his column in the Irish Examiner, Dr Keegan discusses how a fair, credible and reliable audit and reporting regime goes a long way towards sustaining confidence in Irish industry to speed up the path to economic recovery.  

May 05, 2020
In the media

  In his regular column in the Business Post, Dr Brian Keegan talks about how the Wage Subsidy Scheme is fundamental to job retention and restoration, both critical factors in achieving a quick national recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

May 01, 2020
In the media

  In his regular column in the Business Post, Dr Brian Keegan writes that supporting businesses and jobs is key to recovery after COVID-19. In his column in the Irish Examiner, Dr Keegan talks about the COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme, and how as the situation evolves further improvements to the arrangements are likely.   Dr Keegan was also interviewed by RTÉ's News at One on 22 April 2020, about the tax implications of the government's Pandemic Unemployment Payment and the Wage Subsidy Scheme. You can listen to the interview here. 

Apr 24, 2020