Aercap boss pushes for high earner tax break
Aviation chief executive expresses concerns to minister
Gus Kelly, the chief executive of $8 billion aviation leasing firm Aercap, has engaged with finance minister Paschal Donohue’s department seeking more enhancements on a tax break scheme for high earners coming to work in Ireland.
Introduced in 2012, the Special Assignee Relief Plan (SARP) tax relief was already boosted in the last budget, with the aim of making Ireland more competitive when touting for Brexit relocation business.
In Kelly’s view, executives availing of SARP...
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