Numerous share-scheme ideas submitted to Dept of Finance
Move follows programme for government commitment to introduce supportive tax regime
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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