Irish Taxation: Law & Practice 2019 – 2020



Irish Taxation: Law & Practice, 2019-2020


Irish Taxation: Law & Practice, 2019-2020 (eBook)


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Patrick Mulcahy (Volume 1) is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA), a Chartered Accountant and lectures at Dublin City University. He previously worked in practice with KPMG and has lectured for the Irish Tax Institute, Chartered Accountants Ireland and various private colleges.

Laurence May (Volume 2) is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and a graduate of NUI Galway, from which he holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and a Master of Accounting Degree. Laurence is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland. Laurence is Head of KPMG in Galway and is an Adjunct Professor in Accounting and Finance at NUI Galway. He has previously lectured on the CTA Part 2 programme, the Master of Accounting programme and Bachelor of Commerce programme at NUI Galway and the UCD Master of Accounting Tax Summer School programme. Laurence was also an external examiner in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and NUI Galway.


Caitriona Gaynor is the CFO of a multinational company. She previously lectured in taxation of University of Limerick, BPP Professional and the Irish Tax Institute and worked with EY in Dublin. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ireland.

Raymond Holly is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and lectures for Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology. He previously worked in practice with Grant Thornton and BDO and has lectured and examined extensively for the Irish Tax Institute, Chartered Accountants Ireland and for various private colleges.

Pat Kennedy is a Senior Consultant in Indirect Tax at PwC. He has worked for 30 years in VAT with the Revenue Commissioners, in practice and industry.

Paul Murphy is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and Managing Director with Martin J. Kelly & Co. He is a member of both the Irish Tax Institute and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, is a corporation tax lecturer for the Irish Tax Institute and a speaker for a number of accountancy bodies on their professional development panels.

Margaret Sheridan is the Principal of Sheridan Tax Training & Consultancy. She is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and former Council Member of the Irish Tax Institute. She currently represents the Institute at the TALC Collections subcommittee. She has worked in the area of taxation for over 30 years, specialising in personal and employment taxes. She lectures extensively for the Irish Tax Institute and third-level colleges.

Martina Whyte is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and member of Chartered Accountants Ireland. Past roles include responsibility for corporate tax compliance & planning for two leading multinational manufacturers. She also lectures in taxation for the Irish Tax Institute.

Key Features

Volume 1

Ideal for educational purposes and for anyone interested in the area as an overview of the law and practice of tax in Ireland, updated to reflect Finance Act 2017 legislation

Detailed analysis of the fundamentals of:

  • Income Tax
  • Value-Added Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Corporation Tax
  • Capital Acquisitions Tax
  • Local Property Tax
  • Stamp Duty

Volume 2

  • A comprehensive assignment, question and solution book on the key tax heads as detailed in Volume 1
  • Over 200 questions and assignments of mixed complexity

View Volume 1 Table of Contents

View Volume 2 Table of Contents

Inspection Copies and Resources for Lecturers

To request an inspection copy please complete this form and email return to Evelyn Delehanty at Books will only be delivered to academic institution addresses.

Lecturers who use this book as a core text will also receive login details to the lecturer resource material – customisable PowerPoint slides updated to Finance Act 2017, editable Word versions of questions, solutions and tax charts, revision solutions and past CTA exam papers.