Why Invest in Ireland?
Ireland as a location for FDI is ‘Open for Business’ helping companies from across the globe to excel in their sector and reach their target markets efficiently and effectively. Almost 1,000 companies – including some of the world’s best known brands – have chosen Ireland as the hub of their European networks because of the winning combination Ireland offers them.
Ireland placed 11th globally out of 82 countries in the 2008-2012 Business Environment Ranking of the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Ireland has re-invented itself over the last forty years through the combined force of determination and vibrant ambition.
A key aspect of Government support for industry and Research & Development is an attractive and continually enhanced tax system.
Young, Talented Workforce
Youthful demographics and excellence in education ensure a strong supply of highly qualified, flexible and innovative workers.
Ireland’s success in attracting FDI has been aided by an exceptional level of collaboration between stakeholders.
Excellence in education, combined with the range of existing MNC operations, has created a deep pool of highly qualified managers to draw upon.
Investing in Ireland
We offer expert advice and assistance to foreign business investing in Ireland. We also advise non-resident individuals in relation to tax implications of moving to Ireland.
How we can help:
- Advice on the application of the 12.5% rate of Corporation Tax to activities carried on in Ireland.
- Advice on the tax implications of various operating structures.
- Liaising with tax advisors in headquarter jurisdiction to ensure the best tax result is achieved from a group perspective.
- Advice on and assistance with Irish tax compliance matters including tax registration, tax payment obligations, preparation and submission of company tax returns.
- ‘Entrance’ and ‘Exit’ interview service for expatriate employees and executives.
- Advice regarding remuneration policy including share options, relocation packages etc.
- Advice on the application of the remittance basis of taxation as that applies to income and gains.