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Some Key Tax Deadline Dates

  Even though the Income Tax Return deadline for 2014 has just passed, there are still a number of key deadlines which individuals will need to be aware of.  One such date is 15th December 2015, which is the payment[...]

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Getting Your Business Back on Track – Goal Setting

Muhammad Ali once said “What keeps me going is goals.”  Whether you are a business with 100 employees, a partnership of two or an empire of one, goal setting is essential to keep your business moving forward. Setting business goals[...]

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Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Holding Companies

  Ireland’s attractive tax, regulatory and legal regime, combined with an open and accommodating business environment are all factors which have contributed to the establishment of Ireland as a prestigious location for the headquarters of many multinational companies (MNCs), such[...]

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Top Ten Highlights From Budget 2016

Budget 2016, announced on 13th October, is the final Budget of the 31st Dáil.  In light of an improving economic outlook with a robust rate of growth, increased employment and rising tax revenues, the Government was in a position to lay[...]

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Reasons To Do Business in Ireland – Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credits

Ireland’s Research and Development Tax Credit is regarded as one of the best in the world and has been in place since 2004. Under this system, companies can claim a tax credit of 25% on qualifying R&D expenditure. The purpose[...]

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5 Things You Should Know About VAT

Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax on consumer spending and is applied to most goods and services in Ireland. While consumers purchase goods and services without giving VAT a second thought, the buying and selling of goods by a[...]

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Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Special Assignee Relief Programme (SARP)

In our recent blog, Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Skilled Workforce, we looked at the availability of skilled labour in Ireland and how it contributes to our attractiveness for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).  However, while Ireland has many[...]

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The Companies Act 2014 – Restriction On Change of Financial Year Ends

In our recent blog, The Companies Act 2014 – Signed Into Law, we reviewed the new company structures which were introduced when the 2014 Act which commenced on 1st June, 2015. A recent publication by the Companies Registration Office (CRO)[...]

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Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Corporate Tax Rates and Tax Administration

While there are many factors which attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Ireland, our well publicised Corporation Tax Rate of 12.5% is considered as one of the most significant.  Ireland’s  rate of 12.5% is one of the lowest “onshore” Statutory[...]

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Tips To Reduce Your Income Tax Liability

Are you required to prepare an Income Tax Return for 2014?  If so you are probably gathering your information to forward to your accountant or tax advisor.  From our years of experience of working with our clients we have put[...]

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