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Registration is still open for our online Diploma in Tax course which will be commencing shortly. This course 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 programme. The world of finance is evolving apace to meet the changing needs of businesses. The ability to interact with other teams, […]
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 […]
The Irish Tax Institute welcomes the Jobs Stimulus measures announced by the government this afternoon. The overall investment package of more than €7 billion will save jobs by providing a vital boost to businesses forced to close or severely curtail their trade since the pandemic restrictions were introduced five months ago. Institute President, Frank Mitchell particularly welcomed the clarity provided in the announcement about the future of the Temporary Wage […]
Have you booked your place to hear our comprehensive analysis of Finance Bill 2019? Missed our nationwide Finance Bill 2019 tour? You can still catch-up online with our expert speakers Sarah Meredith, Tax Director with Grant Thornton and Paul Nestor, Tax Partner with BDO. Seminars were held around Ireland in association with CPA Ireland and ACCA Ireland. Make sure you and your team are up-to-date on all new measures announced in the Bill (including Committee and Report Stage Amendments).
As a first or second year in college, you may not have huge exposure to the Irish tax system. Therefore you might not realise that tax is really important for families, businesses, the Irish and global economy! Tax essentially determines how much disposable income individuals and companies have. The tax policy decisions that Governments make can improve economies through generating employment and encouraging foreign direct investment. If this all sounds […]