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Episode 2: Budget 2021

In Episode 2 of Tax Talk, host Samantha McCaughren, Sunday Independent Business Editor and an expert panel take a reflective look at this week’s extraordinary and unprecedented Budget. They discuss how our economy is likely to respond and the implications of the tax changes for practitioners and their clients. They also cast a critical eye on the budgetary process itself. Joining Samantha to discuss these topics and more are: Sandra […]

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COVID-19 HUB: Wage Subsidy, CRSS, Debt Warehousing and Other Measures/Supports

During this time of deep uncertainty, the Institute wants to reassure you that we are well set up to provide the best possible level of service within the health and safety constraints that must prevail as the country battles the Covid-19 pandemic. We are acutely aware that this rapidly evolving crisis is deeply worrying for our members, our students and for Irish businesses. To support you, we have assembled on […]

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Autumn Courses – Commencing Soon

Registration is still open for our Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA), Diploma in Tax and Tax Technician qualifications. The courses will be a blend of recorded online lectures, webinars, and a student discussion forum. Our team of coordinators will guide you through your studies and will support you throughout the programmes. The courses will be commencing soon. Further details regarding our courses can be found on our Career in Tax pages.

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Details of Covid Restrictions Support Scheme (CRSS) published in Finance Bill 2020

Covid Restrictions Support Scheme (CRSS) The Covid Restrictions Support Scheme (CRSS) announced on Budget day provides targeted support to businesses that are forced to close temporarily or operate at a significantly reduced level because of COVID-19 public health restrictions that either prohibit, or significantly restrict, customers from accessing their business premises. Generally, this refers to COVID-19 restrictions at Level 3, 4 or 5 of the Government’s Plan for Living with […]

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Irish Tax Institute welcomes a Budget that supports Business and protects Jobs in uncertain times

13 October 2020 – The Irish Tax Institute welcomes the continued support that Budget 2021 gives to businesses and employees most impacted by the pandemic.   In particular, the Institute welcomes the recognition by the Minister for Finance of the predicament of the self-employed who are unable to meet their current income tax liabilities. Institute President, Sandra Clarke said the Minister’s inclusion of these liabilities in the debt warehousing scheme would […]

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An interview with our new President, Sandra Clarke

  Shortly before taking up her role as President of the Institute, Sandra Clarke talked to Sunday Independent Business Editor, Samantha McCaughren about her background in tax, her work at the Institute, and the areas she will be focusing on during her presidency. The interview inaugurates Tax Talk, the  Institute’s new podcast series which explores current issues in the world of taxation. Tax Talk – Irish Tax Institute · Tax […]

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