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PwC launches online interactive tool on the Irish tax system

Written by Robert McHugh, on 16th Feb 2017. Posted in General

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PWC have today launched Tax Facts 2017 - A new online interactive tool on the Irish tax system.
 
It provides a summary of Irish tax rates as well as an outline of the main areas of Irish taxation as amended by Finance Act 2016.
 
The tool also includes details on withholding taxes, VAT, stamp duty, capital gains tax, employee taxes, income tax, local property tax, relevant contracts tax,  pension schemes and customs and excise duties.
 
Tax Facts 2017 allows users to find information quickly and easily on various aspects of business and personal taxes. This includes information on matters such as company residence and transfer pricing (including Country-by-Country Reporting), reliefs available for investment in intellectual property (including the world's first BEPS compliant Knowledge Development Box) and R&D activities, enhancements made to certain personal tax reliefs to encourage entrepreneurship and to support mobile employees and the tax provisions relevant to financial services companies (including the new provisions applying to certain Irish real estate assets). 
 
Commenting on the new tool, PwC's Head of Tax, Joe Tynan said, "Whether doing business in Ireland or considering investing here, this online interactive tool provides a practical and easy-to-follow guide to the Irish tax system."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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