Revenue have today abandoned Brian Lenihan’s plans to tax employees on professional subscriptions and membership fees. In an eBrief unveiled this evening, Revenue confirm that
Last January, an investigation by Irish Independent’s Emmet Oliver highlighed the problem of bogus auditors, where individuals were illegally signing audit reports and certifying company
Revenue have now updated their frequently asked questions (FAQ) on the Universal Social Charge (USC) in an attempt to address a seemingly endless sequence of
If you’re interested in the current debate over EU attitudes to the 12.5% Irish Corporation Tax rate, two radio discussions on the topic within the
The 12.5% Irish Corporation Tax rate has recently attracted plenty of criticism at EU level. In response, Chartered Accountants Ireland have today strongly defended the
Interesting news from the UK, where HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have recently launched a tax amnesty programme for plumbers and others with tax arrears.