Tuesday August 11, 2020

Domicile levy subject to Revenue opinion

The government has moved to ensure that the new €200,000 domicile levy to be imposed on wealthy Irish citizens and nationals will not deter investment in Irish companies or the economy.

27th February, 2010

The government has moved to ensure that the new €200,000 domicile levy to be imposed on wealthy Irish citizens and nationals will not deter investment in Irish companies or the economy.

The Department of Finance has introduced changes to the levy which will allow individuals who are considering making a major investment in Ireland to seek an opinion from Revenue to establish whether they will be liable.

The changes were tabled by Brian Lenihan, the...

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