Digital taxation rules could hit Ireland harder

Digital taxation rules could hit Ireland harder

It is crucial for companies with international trade to engage with the OECD, to ensure Irish interests are not hampered

Businesses take a keen interest in any rule change that might affect their income and how they collect it. The same holds true for governments whenever changes are proposed at an international level on the cross-border tax system.

Details of such proposals materialised last week in the form of an OECD consultation on the taxation of the digitalised economy. The OECD, under an initiative sponsored by the club of wealthy nations, the G20, has been...

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