IRELAND - Ireland should reform its private pension tax system, including reducing the amount of pension tax subsidies, to control costs and improve the efficacy of subsidies, the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) said in a report today.
In its economic survey of Ireland, the OECD found that the current system of tax subsidies will be the most expensive by 2050 of all OECD countries. Meanwhile, the system is not set up in a way to provide...
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