On Wednesday, the 8th March 2017 a delegation from the European Chamber of Ireland visited Brussels as part of an important Brexit engagement mission. The specific purpose of this two-day trip was to ensure that key EU decision-makers understood the challenges Brexit will present for businesses operating in Ireland.
In three minutes, please tell us what motivates you in the workplace, last year’s survey proved very insightful and in 2017 we are hoping to build on that knowledge.
The risk to Foreign Direct Investment posed by US protectionism is a bigger risk to the Irish economy than Brexit and EU Tax Challenges, warned Mark Kennedy, managing partner, Mazars, one of Ireland’s largest accounting firms.
Before the Local Property Tax (LPT) was introduced, people that owned second, third, fourth etc. properties will recall the NPPR (Non-Principle Private Residence) charge. It was an annual €200 charge per property from 2009 to 2013 which was payable by the owners to the local authority to go towards funding local authority services.
In October 2016, Minister Noonan announced in his Budget statement that the Revenue Commissioners would be publishing a consultation paper inviting submissions in relation to its proposals to modernise the PAYE system.
Economic theory provides a strong justification for government support for Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I), including subsidies and incentives for business research.