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Tax Residency: Non-Resident / Non Domicile / Remittance Tax Ireland

29 May 2017 By Michael O'Mahony


Non-Resident Tax

Non-Irish Residents are obliged to pay Irish tax on Irish sourced Income such as employment & rental income. This may be offset against their foreign tax liability in their country of tax residence depending on the provisions of...

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Filed Under: Frequently Asked Questions, Advice, Tax

Difference Between Registered Office Address and Business Address

29 May 2017 By Ann Donnelly


When planning on setting up your company, it's important to know the difference between Registered Office Address and Business Address. When registering, you will need to provide a Registered Office Address, a Business Address (aka Trading Address)...

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Filed Under: Frequently Asked Questions, Advice, Setting Up a Business in Ireland

New EU Anti-Money Laundering Law to Make Business Ownership More Transparent

27 April 2017 By Michael O'Mahony


A new EU Anti-Money Laundering law is expected to make company ownership more transparent.

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Filed Under: Frequently Asked Questions, International Business, News

Recruiting Staff in Ireland - An Insider's View

14 March 2017 By Ann Donnelly


Recruiting high quality staff is a challenge for all businesses, but foreign businesses have to do much more research before even getting started. A foreign business needs to learn about Irish employment law and practices, the employment market...

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Filed Under: Frequently Asked Questions, Advice, Setting Up a Business in Ireland

12.5% Irish Corporation Tax Rate - or is it 25%?

05 December 2016 By Ann Donnelly


While there is much talk about the low 12.5% corporation tax rate in Ireland, it's important to know that this is only for trading income in Ireland. Non-trading (passive) income is taxed at the higher 25% rate.

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Filed Under: Frequently Asked Questions, International Business, Advice, Setting Up a Business in Ireland