Changes in tax landscape have benefited us, but for how much longer?
Peter Vale, Grant Thornton’s Head of International Tax, warns that adjustments to global tax rules currently in the pipeline may hit FDI in this country
Much of the recent machinations and changes in the international tax landscape have benefited Ireland, according to Peter Vale, head of international tax at Grant Thornton in Ireland.
“The thrust of the changes in recent years has placed more emphasis on substance. You now see a much closer alignment of taxable profits and real operations,” says Vale.
“Perhaps ironically, these changes have suited Ireland and spelled the end of the road for traditional...
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