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.
10 August 2021 The EWSS Eligibility Review Form (ERF) for June and July 2021 are due for submission by this Sunday, 15 August. Revenue has contacted the Institute to draw members’ attention to matters which have arisen when completing the ERF. We outline Revenue’s clarifications for businesses which commence between 1 January and 31 October 2019, employers with more than one business type, ‘new business’ and Revenue’s position on outstanding […]
Finance (Covid-19 and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2021 extended the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) to 31 December 2021. It also changed the reference periods for determining eligibility for EWSS for pay dates from 1 July to 31 December 2021. At the same time, Revenue introduced a new requirement for employers to submit a monthly Eligibility Review Form (ERF) on ROS. This comprises the data employers use in their monthly rolling […]
The protection of taxpayers’ rights is central to the purpose of the Institute – the need to ensure an appropriate balance between their rights and obligations has long been a focus of our deliberations. Two years ago, the Institute set up a Working Group to examine how this might best be achieved. Given our work on this issue, we warmly welcomed the recently launched European Commission initiative on Taxpayers’ Rights, […]
Just over half of the Irish Tax Institute’s members are women. To mark International Women’s Day, we spoke to a cross-section of women in tax. They reflected on their working lives and their experiences working in tax. We also got insight from Paul Vance, Head of Resourcing at KPMG, to see if the pipeline and working environment allow for women to succeed. In the first of three videos, we look […]
In Episode 3 of our podcast series, Tax Talk, our host Samantha McCaughren chairs a timely discussion on the current state of play in the Global Tax Reform programme. With the arrival of the Biden administration at the Whitehouse, what are the chances of an agreement by July 2021 on the OECD’s principles for a new international system of corporate tax? Pascal Saint-Amans, Director of Tax Policy and Administration at […]