The long reach of EU taxation

The influence of the EU in Ireland’s tax affairs is growing, with more measures and complexities coming down the tracks

1st December, 2019
The long reach of EU taxation
Andrew Quinn, Dublin head of tax at Maples and Calder

The EU has become a key driver of change in terms of Irish and international tax, said Andrew Quinn, Dublin head of tax at Maples and Calder, the Maples Group's law firm.

“Irish companies are facing significant new EU-led tax legislation and rules,” said Quinn. “It is a stark contrast from a few years ago when the EU had a much more limited role in tax matters.”

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