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Local Property Tax (LPT) – what you need to do

The revised deadline for property owners to submit their Local Property Tax (LPT) return for 2022 is 5pm, Wednesday 10 November 2021. LPT returns for over one million residential properties have been submitted to Revenue to date. Property owners have to do three things to comply with their LPT obligations by the deadline: determine the market value for their property as at 1 November 2021; submit their LPT return; and […]

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Tax Talk Episode 7: Budget 2022

Budget 2022 came days after the Government announced its decision to sign up to the OECD Agreement on a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15%. It is too early to gauge the economic impact of this momentous decision, but the move to a global minimum rate raises questions about the future direction of our industrial policy. The economic outlook set out by the Minister for Finance in his Budget […]

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Continued support for business in the Budget is welcome but maintaining competitiveness will be critical, says the Irish Tax Institute

12 October: The Irish Tax Institute welcomes the Government’s decision to continue the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) until the end of April 2022. The wage subsidy schemes have been a crucial support to businesses over the last 18 months and the gradual withdrawal of the EWSS in the coming six months will help companies worst affected by the pandemic. “We all know that the recovery has been uneven across […]

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Irish Tax Institute says the agreement achieved by Government will provide certainty for business

The Irish Tax Institute welcomes the agreement on the OECD tax reform proposals announced by the Government this evening. “The change in language around the global minimum rate secured by the Government as well as the commitment from the EU that the Commission will hold to that rate, brings much needed certainty and stability to the international tax system. This is good news for business and good news for governments […]

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