Wednesday April 1, 2020

Budget 2015: Adapting to a changing international tax landscape

Ireland has shown its mettle and has emerged from recession with one of the world's most competitive tax systems for inward investment.

19th October, 2014
With Budget 2015, Ireland has proved again that it is willing to adapt to the changing landscape of international tax affairs. Picture: Thinkstock

Budget 2015 was one of the most significant budgets for many years. The roadmap set out for Ireland’s corporation tax regime is a major milestone and is a very positive demonstration of Ireland’s enduring commitment to being one of the most attractive countries in the world for inward investment.

Ireland first started to offer tax and other incentives to international businesses in the 1950s. Since then Ireland’s regime has been remarkably, perhaps...

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