Tom Maguire: Buckle up for a busy tax period

It’s not just the minimum global corporate tax rate – there are a number of other pressing issues to be sorted out too

25th July, 2021
Tom Maguire: Buckle up for a busy tax period
Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance: as well as the ongoing issue of the minimum global corporate tax rate, he must deal with two public consultations on how companies finance their activities and further Covid-19 legislation. Picture: Julian Behel

It looks like a busy few months ahead, a time which will determine how we live with tax into the future.

Much has been written recently about the OECD’s proposal for a minimum global corporate tax rate of 15 per cent. This is the subject of a public consultation, which was announced by Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance, earlier this week and is due to conclude on September 10.

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