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Hugh Callaghan, cyber security leader of EY Ireland: “Irish businesses are still playing catch-up with cyber criminals.”

Irish companies are “woefully unprepared” for a major new EU-wide data protection law, which comes into effect next year, a leading IT expert has warn(...)

Kevin McLoughlin: “The review of the tax code  as part of the State’s response to the EU’s Apple tax rulings is a great opportunity for Ireland to reassure on the stability of its tax regime.”

This year promises to add spice to the so called “fair tax debate” that has raged since the international banking crisis of 2007, particularly given s(...)

The weakness of sterling has affected cross-border trade patterns already, according to EY. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

The resilience of the Irish economy is likely to be tested in an “uncertain” 2017 but it will grow by an average of 2.7 per cent per year over the nex(...)

MONDAY Indicators: Chinese house price index (Nov); German Ifo business climate (Dec); Euro zone construction output (Oct). TUESDAY Results: FedEx(...)

British  chancellor of the exchequer  Philip Hammond, who delivered his autumn statement this week.  Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/AFP/Getty Images

Northern Ireland’s proposed lower rate of corporation tax of 12.5 per cent from April 2018 will “will not be enough to attract inward investment on i(...)

Anne Heraty, chair of this year’s judges, becomes EY Entrepreneur of the Year  in 2006. Photograph: Cyril Byrne
EY Awards: 19 years in Ireland

The EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition is considered one of the most prestigious awards programmes for business leaders, operating in more than 1(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan pledged in the budget to provide the Revenue Commissioners with an additional €5 million to hire 50 additional staff and invest in systems and equipment to find defaulters

The Revenue Commissioners face a slew of tax evaders with offshore accounts seeking to make settlements ahead of a clampdown in six months that may ra(...)

The Government decided  to review the country’s company tax code as it announced it would appeal the EU Commission’s ruling  that the State recover €13 billion in back-taxes from Apple

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has appointed academic Seamus Coffey to review the State’s tax code which the Government committed to immediately (...)

Airbnb staff helping  hosts after a   meeting held in their offices in Ringsend, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

With the deadline for filing taxes fast approaching on November 10th, you may be wondering if you should file a tax return this year if you’ve let out(...)

An Airbnb report suggested the company’s typical host in Ireland earned €2,600 a year renting out space in their home for about 40 nights. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Despite the possibility of losing as much as half of their gains on income tax, property owners around Ireland are listing their rooms and homes on A(...)

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