Comment: Ireland's tax regime not only for multi-nationals
There are a number of schemes start-up founders should be aware of, writes Leanna Byrne
Since everyone else is talking about tax this week, I’m going to do the same. The European Commission on Tuesday ordered Ireland to recoup €13 billion of unpaid taxes from Apple, from 2003 to 2014. It’s caused a stir with a lot of technology companies, a lot of whom that I spoke to are siding with Apple.
The most obvious incentive for start-ups to found their companies in Ireland is the 12.5 per...
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