Finance Bill rings through tax changes in the new year
Ireland’s new Finance Bill means lots of changes in the areas of taxation for companies from January, but Deloitte is on hand to explain all.
New legislation is on the way which will impact the taxation of both individuals and corporates in the Irish tax context.
The Finance Bill 2018, announced last October, will see the introduction of new exit tax provisions in Ireland and Controlled Foreign Company (CFC) legislation.
Louise Kelly, tax partner at Deloitte, said the bill would bring a lot of change to Ireland’s tax rules next year and was a signifier of Irish rules syncing up with...
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