In this article, we take stock of the recommendations in the government commissioned report which reviewed Ireland’s corporation tax code
In this article, we take stock of the recommendations in the government commissioned report which reviewed Ireland’s corporation tax code, prepared by independent expert, Seamus Coffey. We look at what the Report’s recommendations will mean for the future shape of Ireland’s corporation tax regime and on a practical level, what the recommendations may mean for business in Ireland. We also highlight the issues which you should now be starting to think about for your business in preparation for the potential changes that lie ahead.
Ireland released on 12 September a report on Review of Ireland’s Corporation Tax Code which makes a number of recommendations for future changes to Ireland’s corporation tax regime.
The Report, commissioned by government, was prepared by independent expert, Seamus Coffey. Ireland’s 12.5% rate of corporation tax will not change. The Report’s findings are broadly positive on the future sustainability of Ireland’s low tax, 12.5% regime.
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