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Annual Conference 2024 – 19 & 20 April

The Institute’s Annual Conference 2024 will take place in The Galmont Hotel, Galway on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 April 2024. The full 2024 programme will be available shortly. The confirmed speakers to date include: Mark Barrett, RDJ Rachael Bell, KPMG Gráinne Boyle, Matheson Gabrielle Dillon, PwC Rachel Dillon, EY Dr Patrick Mulcahy, PwC Kate Newman, KPMG Finola O’Hanlon, O’Hanlon Tax Ltd Michael Ryan, Gara Ryan Úna Ryan, Grant Thornton […]

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Irish Tax Institute Response to Minister for Finance Statement on Corporation Tax

The Irish Tax Institute notes the statement by the Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath T.D. on corporation tax published yesterday (Thursday, 14 September 2023). Tom Reynolds, President of the Irish Tax Institute, said: “We welcome the Minister’s commitment to legislate for a participation exemption for foreign dividends of companies based in Ireland, but we are disappointed that the legislation will not be published until Finance Act 2024, to come into […]

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Tom Reynolds, President of the Irish Tax Institute 2023 – 2024

Tom Reynolds was inaugurated as the Institute’s 48th President at the AGM on 7 September. Tom has worked in senior tax roles in multinational manufacturing industries for the last 28 years including Kerry Group where he started his career. He is currently Vice-President of Tax, M&A and Business Structuring at Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation.  Before taking up his role as President, he spoke to […]

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Global CTA Webinar – Disruption in the International Tax System – Fragmentation of the plan for Uniformity? Tuesday, 28 November 2023

        Join our expert speakers for the 3rd in our Global CTA Webinar series in collaboration with our sister CTA Institutes in Australia, Hong Kong, South Africa and the UK. This briefing will examine: An examination of Ireland’s approach to implementing Pillar Two  Is there an optimal response by Hong Kong following the substantial fiscal changes mandated by Pillar Two and the EU’s COCG review?  The impact […]

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Government announces latest cost-of-living package

In a press release today, the Government announced the latest cost-of-living package worth €1.2 billion, of which, €470 million will be allocated to social welfare measures, following approval by Cabinet. We outline below the main measures announced by the Government today. Extension to the Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme The Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme (TBESS) will be extended past its current end date of 28 February to 31 May […]

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