We keep our members directly informed with regular bulletins on the major issues in tax policy and administration and how the Institute engages with stakeholders and represents its members’ interests. This section provides highlights from these updates.
The Institute’s Annual Dinner 2020 takes place on Friday, 28 February in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin. The Annual Dinner is the flagship event in the Irish Tax Institute’s calendar. It is attended by over 1,000 guests from the public and private sector, including guests from Government departments, Revenue, State bodies, multinational companies, Irish plcs, the tax profession, business organisations, the diplomatic corps, academia and special guests from our sister Institutes […]
Ensure you and your team have the leading up-to-date Finance Act 2019 legislation. Finance Act 2019 was signed on 22 December 2019 and you can now pre-order the Institute’s consolidated legislation: Direct Tax Acts, Finance Act 2019, David Fennell Law of Capital Acquisitions Tax, Stamp Duty and LPT, Finance Act 2019, Aileen Keogan and Emmet Scully Law of Value-Added Tax, Finance Act 2019, Maria Reade Books will be available in […]
CPD to meet your needs Year end is fast approaching – but there is still time to complete your CPD requirements. There are a number of online CPD bundles available to help you keep up-to-date on topical tax issues. These bundles range between 7 and 13 CPD hours, click the images below to find out more and book today:
An Evening with Sinead Aherne and Cian O’Sullivan, CTAs and All-Ireland Winning Footballers, in conversation with Irish Tax Institute Council Member, Peadar Andrews Cian O’Sullivan Tax Director, Purcell McQuillan & Dublin Senior All-Ireland Winning Footballer Cian is a Tax Director with Purcell McQuillan having previously been part of the tax team at PwC for seven years. His main area of focus is on assisting a wide range of Irish indigenous […]
Pictures at the launch are (L to R): Frank Mitchell, President, Irish Tax Institute and Conor O’Sullivan, co-author, Partner and Head of Global Transfer pricing, KPMG Ireland. Authored by Conor O’Sullivan and Brandon Thompson of KPMG, this first edition has been written as a practical guide to the application of Transfer Pricing concepts, methodologies, challenges and solutions in an Irish context. It lays an important foundation for the changes to […]