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Apple Win EU Tax Rulings Appeal

Apple Win EU Tax Rulings Appeal

Apple Win EU Tax Rulings Appeal Finally, after 4 years in the making with EU authorities, the Irish Government and Apple win EU tax rulings appeal. This appeal was against a decision by a previous European Commission over how Apple is taxed in Ireland. On the 15th of July 2020, […]

Payment of Research and Development Tax Credit to be Expedited

Payment of Research and Development Tax Credit to be Expedited

Payment of Research and Development Tax Credit to be Expedited To support Irish businesses’ and their cashflow. The Irish Revenue has announced that Payment of Research and Development Tax Credit is to be Expedited. This will bring forward the payment of installments of excess research & development tax credit where […]

Covid-19 Announcement

Covid-19 Announcement

Covid-19 Announcement The continued spread of the Covid-19 virus is having a profound impact on society. We have continued to follow the announcements and updates from the Government and the Department of Health in an effort to limit the spread of the virus. Our Board of Directors are taking this […]

Men on laptops. Things to Consider when Scaling Up

Things to Consider when Scaling Up

Things to Consider when Scaling Up If your business and company is looking to take the next step, grow and scale up. There are a few things to consider when scaling up. The are many barriers to scaling businesses whose aim is to expand into new territories such as the […]

Updates on Taxpayers Preliminary Tax Obligations

Updates on Taxpayers Preliminary Tax Obligations

Updates on Taxpayers Preliminary Tax Obligations Recently Irish revenue has provided updates on taxpayers preliminary tax obligations with regards to corporation tax. As well as clarifying rules around where there is no preliminary tax due and due dates. The change have been made on the (TDM) Tax and Duty Manual […]

Inheritance Tax

Inheritance Tax Rethinking by UK Government

Inheritance Tax Rethinking by UK Government According to the current UK Chancellor, Sajid Javid, a Inheritance Tax Rethinking by UK government is possible. He has indicated that the Government which is a conservative government favours changes or may even get rid of the inheritance tax regime. This statement was made in […]

Budget 2020

Summary of Budget 2020

Summary of Budget 2020 On the 8th of October Minister for Finance Paschal Donohue released his third budget as minister. There has been a number of tax and spending changes, as well as a significant fund put aside in the event of a hard No-Deal Brexit. In general, there were […]

Trust and Company Service Providers

Trust and Company Service Providers

Trust and Company Service Providers Firstly, Trust and Company Service Providers are also known as TCSP is anyone or company in short that provides the following services: The formation of companies and/or other corporate bodies Someone who acts in a Director or Secretary of a company which is under an […]

Two Tier VAT Registration

Two Tier VAT Registration Announced by Irish Revenue

Two Tier VAT Registration Announced by Irish Revenue It has been announced that Irish Revenue are developing a two-tier VAT registration system for separate domestic and EU Vat registration. Under the new system, a company may apply for a ‘intra-EU’ or a ‘domestic-only’ registration. This change will apply to those […]