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Sugar Tax 2018 – Bitter Sweet?
The EU Commission has cleared the way for Ireland to introduce a tax on sugar sweetened drinks. In October 2017 the government announced a proposal for a Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Tax ...
Ireland
15 May 2018
2
Review Of 2017 And Looking To 2018
The last twelve months have seen renewed international focus on Ireland's 12.5% low tax offering and its interaction with other tax systems around the globe.
Ireland
19 Jan 2018
3
2017 A Busy Year For The Sector
There have been numerous positive developments within the charity sector over the past 12 months.
Ireland
18 Jan 2018
4
"KEEP"ing SMEs On The Path To Success
The recent Finance Bill has introduced draft legislation for a welcome new tax incentive scheme to assist small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to attract and retain talent through the use of share options.
European Union
6 Nov 2017
5
Charities Update: Fundraising Guidelines, VAT, Annual Report Deadline and More
The Consultative Panel on Charitable Fundraising (Panel) was established in 2016 by the Charities Regulatory Authority (Authority).
Ireland
3 Nov 2017
6
Six Reasons To Invest In Ireland (Video)
Ireland has a lot to offer foreign organisations. From our low corporate tax rate to our highly-skilled and flexible workforce, there are many reasons to bring your business to Ireland.
Ireland
22 Mar 2017
7
Threats And Opportunities Facing Ireland's Corporation Tax Regime
As the UK and US move towards lower corporate tax rates and the OECD BEPS project progresses, we examine the impact on Ireland's corporation tax regime in 2017.
Ireland
9 Mar 2017
8
The View From Our New York Office
2017 will be the year in which the plans and promises of the Republican Party and the new US President will be put to the test, having important economic implications for Ireland and the EU.
Ireland
28 Feb 2017
9
Budget 2017 – Key Employment-Related Points
Budget 2017 was announced on 11 October by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Michael Noonan TD. We outline some of the notable employment-related aspects.
Ireland
18 Oct 2016
10
Employee Share Schemes: Positive Tax Changes Ahead?
The Department of Finance recently published the Tax Strategy Group's paper on possible change to the taxation of share-based remuneration.
Ireland
17 Aug 2016
11
Tax Law Update: Tax Appeals Commission
Further to a lengthy consultation on the reform of the tax appeals system carried out by the Irish government and the Revenue Commissioners, the new Finance Act, 2015 came into effect on 21 March 2016.
Ireland
20 Apr 2016
12
Irish Finance Bill, BEPS And Country-By-Country Reporting
The Irish Finance Bill published on 22 October 2015 contains details of Ireland's response to Action 13 of BEPS minimum standard of country-by-country ("CBC") reporting.
Ireland
6 Nov 2015
13
Tax Update: Irish 6.25% Knowledge Development Box
On 22 October 2015 the Irish Finance Bill was published.
Ireland
2 Nov 2015
14
International Aspects Of Ireland's Budget: 6.25% Knowledge Development Box And Country-By-Country Reporting
Some years ago, at an early stage of the OECD/G20 BEPS initiative, the Irish tax regime was targeted for its approach to Irish incorporated but non tax resident companies.
Ireland
21 Oct 2015
15
Irish Tax System – First Mover Or Last Defender Strategy
As the OECD/EU project on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting moves towards its next set of reports in autumn 2015, Ireland Inc.’s low tax offering has been, and will be, further refined.
Ireland
17 Mar 2015
16
Budget 2015 - Positive Changes For Property & Construction Sector
Budget 2015 introduced a number of positive changes which should assist the Property and Construction sectors.
Ireland
21 Oct 2014
17
Irish Budget 2015 – Key International Tax Aspects
Ireland Adopts First Mover Advantage Including Commitment to a Best-in-Class Knowledge Development Box – A Clear Roadmap for the Future.
Ireland
17 Oct 2014
18
Commercial Property Rates In The Dublin City Council Area - Opportunity For Charities To Apply For Exemption
If you are a charity and you are paying commercial rates on properties, you have a once-off opportunity to apply for exemption from such payment prior to the 28th January 2014.
Ireland
9 Dec 2013
19
Budget 2014 – Open For Business
With Ireland emerging from its IMF/EU bailout and returning to the debt market, Budget 2014 was delivered on October 15, 2013.
Ireland
18 Oct 2013
20
Budget 2014 – Pensions Provisions
The pensions provisions in the 2014 Budget, as announced on 15 October, were largely as follows...
Ireland
18 Oct 2013
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