Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

The new global template for taxing multinationals could lead to more corporation tax being collected by Ireland, according to the head of the team beh(...)

Josephine Feehily: is not impressed by businesses that have ‘fancy corporate social responsibility policies’ and don’t regard tax as part of that.

The international tax environment is still too unsettled for one to predict how any changes taking place will affect the State’s attractiveness for(...)

Bono, of U2, the Irish band with Dutch tax residency:  31st on the list of movers and shakers in the tax world. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The International Tax Review is a London-based multimedia publication that is a major source of information and debate for those whose profession and/(...)

The chairwoman of the public accounts committee in the UK, Margaret Hodge, has repeatedly attacked the way Google’s sales in Britain end up being taxed in Ireland

Key features of Ireland’s role in the tax affairs of major technology companies such as Google and Microsoft are being targeted by the OECD’s base-e(...)

OECD director of tax Pascal Saint-Amans: wants a co-ordinated approach that is not detrimental to either government revenues or business investment. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

The announcement by the UK government that it is introducing a 25 per cent so-called Google tax on “contrived arrangements” within multinationals was (...)

Brendan Halligan, chairman of the IIEA, Heinz Zourek, director general of Taxation and Customs Union at the European Commission, Josephine Feehily, chairwoman of the Revenue Commissioners, and Tom Arnold , director general of the IIEA, at the IIEA Corporate Taxation Conference. Photograph: Eric Luke

There were a number of recurring themes during the conference on the taxation of multinationals held in the Round Hall of the Mansion House in Dublin.(...)

Irish food multinational Glanbia has put more than €1 billion into companies in Luxembourg that have no employees but serve to reduce its tax bill her(...)

The correspondence between PwC Luxembourg and Luxembourg tax officials are what are called advanced tax agreements (ATAs) and provide comfort to people and companies that the transactions they are entering into will be treated in a certain way.

Colm KeenaThe correspondence between PwC Luxembourg and Luxembourg tax officials are what are called advanced tax agreements (ATAs) and provide comfor(...)

Google said it is deeply committed to Ireland and will work to implement changes as they become law

As executives pore over the slow death of the “Double Irish” tax shelter favored by US companies, their reaction seems to be: don’t panic. The tax bre(...)

 Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath warns against jumping the gun. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons /Irish Times

Ireland must not surrender its competitive tax position by moving unilaterally to change its corporation tax code, Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Micha(...)