Tax Law

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Offshore private registers detailing who owns which companies in the Channel Islands are to be made public. The move follows sustained pressure on the islands to do their part of tackle tax avoidance.

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The Law Society of Ireland has called on the Government to introduce a formal technical consultation before publishing the next Finance Bill. In its pre-Budget 2020 submission, the Law Society has argued for adequate time to allow both practitioners and Revenue to consult properly on changes to key

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William Fry was awarded Ireland Tax Firm of the Year and Impact Deal of the Year at the International Tax Review European Awards 2019 in London last night. The awards, which are in their 15th year, celebrate the best tax and transfer pricing work in legal and accountancy firms across the EMEA region

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The Department of Finance has announced a "full and comprehensive" review of the non-domestic rating system in Northern Ireland. The review will begin with the launch of a joint "Innovation Lab" with other government departments this July, bringing together experts in urban regeneration and taxation

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The Irish Tax Institute has called on the Government to consult on changes to tax legislation. President Marie Bradley told the Institutes's annual dinner that there should be more transparency around the making of tax laws, the Sunday Independent reports.

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