As a transition year student you may not have huge exposure to the Irish tax system. Therefore, you may not realise that tax is really important for families, businesses, the Irish and global economy. The FanTAXtic competition requires a team of 3 students in transition year (2019/2020) academic year, to submit a 2-minute video giving their thoughts on a tax issue. This year we want to hear your thoughts on […]
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 […]
Certificate in Advanced Corporation Tax – Dublin & Online with Modular Day options We have seen unprecedented change in international corporation tax across the globe in recent years. Refresh and upskill on how Ireland’s corporate tax system has evolved in recent years with our 4-day advanced programme for tax practitioners who are 5 years post-qualified. You have the option to complete all 4 days or choose the modular day(s) to meet your needs. The full brochure can […]
The Institute’s Annual Dinner 2020 took place on Friday, 28 February at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin. The Annual Dinner is the flagship event in the Irish Tax Institute’s calendar. It was 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 […]