RSM: Keep on top of tax changes for international success

Global tax adjustments are afoot, so RSM Ireland advises due diligence as best practice for any company expanding abroad

9th December, 2018
Aidan Byrne, RSM Ireland tax partner

Corporate taxation is a moveable feast, if recent global events are anything to go by. The OECD and the EU are currently working to bring uniformity to how companies pay taxes according to the countries in which they have operations, while the United States has lowered its corporate tax rate.

While financial variations rumble along in the background, RSM Ireland, one of the country’s top ten accountancy firms, maintain a solid stance on global tax...

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