Company matters: Full disclosure is the best defence when the Revenue audits your business

This week’s expert is Brian Thornton, tax partner with KPMG in Galway.

30th August, 2008

This week’s expert is Brian Thornton, tax partner with KPMG in Galway.

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The taxes under review in the notice are PAYE, PRSI, Vat and relevant contracts tax (RCT). What...

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