Jorge Mendez with Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldo’s son Cristiano Jr and his mother, Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro,  at a ceremony in 2015 to celebrate Ronaldo becoming Real Madrid’s all-time leading scorer. Photograph: Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images

Two Irish companies owned by football super-agent Jorge Mendes have appointed a veteran Irish tax expert as a director. Michael Mullins, a former pre(...)

The Isme also called for an end to the tax disparities and discrimination against the self-employed. Photograph: iStock

Cut the top rate of VAT to 21 per cent, reform commercial rates, reduce public spending and allow workers to earn more at the standard rate of persona(...)

Trinity College research finds “section 110” tax-efficient vehicles in Dublin are connected to many state-linked Russian companies. Photograph: iStock

A study by two academics from Trinity College Dublin has found that more than €100 billion has been “funnelled” since 2007 through the International F(...)

Fallout from the Apple case is causing jitters in the boardrooms of some of Ireland’s biggest companies, as Revenue says its tax “opinions” are valid for only five years. Photograph: Ritchie Tongo/EPA

Fallout from the Apple case is causing jitters in the boardrooms of some of Ireland’s biggest companies, the Sunday Independent reports. In the wake (...)

Mark O’Sullivan: “There’s a nice symmetry to the fact that I come from what was a tech hub in the 19th century and now work in the biggest tech hub of the 21st century,”  says the Valentia Island native.

“If you walk into a Starbucks in Palo Alto, you’re as likely to overhear someone pitching a start-up idea to a venture capitalist as a discussion abou(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said the European Commission was departing from what had been agreed internationally at OECD level. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has launched a stinging attack on the European Commission over its proposals on corporate tax reform, accusing it (...)

Brian Ó Cuív: “The harder you work, the more opportunities come your way, and keeping an open mind is something I strongly believe in.”

Brian Ó Cuív got his first taste of working abroad when he moved to New York with PwC in 2006. He spent a year in the Big Apple before transferring to(...)

Seamus Coffey: “It is hard to imagine any reform – even unilateral US tax reform – posing a greater threat to the huge gains from Ireland’s most successful economic policy than the CCCTB.”

The introduction of a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) across Europe poses a greater threat to the Irish economy than any possible refor(...)

Carmen Spencer: ‘I recognise the possible benefit of the skills these people acquired abroad to the Irish economy if they were to return, but my issue with an “emigrant tax” is that it rewards those who left at the expense of those who stayed.’

The Government is considering offering high-earning emigrants a lower income tax rate of 30 per cent in a bid to lure them home, Fiona Reddan reports(...)

Students at the Gradireland fair can avail of opportunities at the event in the RDS, such as tips for dressing for interviews, CV workshops, and meeting potential employers and graduates who are currently on their programmes. The organisers say there will be more than 120 companies at the event

‘There will be more jobs on offer than at any time over the past 10 years and we have more employers in more sectors than ever before,” says Mark M(...)

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