Numerous share-scheme ideas submitted to Dept of Finance

Move follows programme for government commitment to introduce supportive tax regime

17th July, 2016
The Department of Finance will have numerous ideas to go through Pic:

An effective share-based remuneration regime is even more crucial in a post-Brexit world, according to submissions made to a Department of Finance review.

Last May, the Department of Finance published a public consultation seeking views on the taxation of share-based remuneration.

The move comes after a programme for government commitment to introduce a supportive tax regime for entrepreneurs and the self-employed, and follows a 2015 public consultation on the role of the tax system in...

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