Warren & Partners ~ 03-Jan-2017

Knowledge Development Box (KDB)

The Knowledge Development Box (KDB) is a progressive new addition to Ireland’s corporation tax regime from 2016 onwards. If a company is eligible to claim the KDB rate of tax, their corporation tax rate on trading profit can be reduced by 50%, from 12.5% to 6.25%.

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Warren & Partners ~ 29-Dec-2016

Do you need to disclose offshore income or assets before 1 May 2017?

The Irish Government recently announced they want to tackle offshore tax evasion and restrict the opportunity for taxpayers to use Revenue’s voluntary disclosure regime to regularise their tax affairs, with effect from 1 May 2017.

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Warren & Partners ~ 18-Nov-2016

Are You Impacted By Changes in the UK Tax Treatment of Non Domiciled Individuals?

With effect from 06 April 2017, non-domiciled individuals in the U.K. will be subject to significant changes in the way their UK tax affairs are dealt with from an Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax perspective.

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Warren & Partners ~ 29-Sep-2015

Need Help Filing Your Irish Tax Return?

Completion of the Form 11, is an onerous task for practitioners and taxpayers. We prepared an article in 2015 on the key issues to watch out for when preparing your tax return for 2014. Ignoring subsequent changes in the tax rates, tax reliefs etc, most of this guidance continues to be relevant for tax year 2015 onwards.

If you would like us to prepare your tax return, please contact Olga Miller or Sinead Scanlan of this office on 01 660 7333.

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Warren & Partners ~ 27-Jun-2014

Opportunities for Locating Business in Ireland

The purpose of this note is to highlight some of the strategic international tax advantages contained within the Irish tax code for businesses and entrepreneurs.

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Tom Mahon ~ 26-Jun-2014

Irish Tax Incentives for Foreigners adopting Irish Tax Residence

This newsletter focuses on the benefits Ireland offers foreign individuals (i.e. non-Irish domiciliaries) who become Irish tax resident.

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