Deloitte also expects ‘a slight increase’ of about €10,000 to €20,000 in the tax exempt threshold enjoyed by children on inheritances and gifts from their parents.

Higher earners could see an increase in their personal tax burden in the upcoming budget as a way of funding tax cuts for those on lower incomes, one (...)

Nigel Farage, one of Brexit’s main drivers, pictured on a campaign bus this week. Deloitte says Budget 2019 should be used to ‘Brexit-proof’ the economy. Photograph: Getty Images

The forthcoming budget should be used to ‘Brexit-proof’ the State, improve its competitiveness, and bolster support for SMEs and entrepreneurs, says a(...)

30/05/2017 - NEWS - Michelle O’Neill, MLA, Leader of Sinn Fein in Northern Ireland speaking at The Irish Times Economic Summit 2017 in association with Deloitte, ‘Opportunity from Uncertainty’ at The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Ireland may be caught “in the eye of a tax storm”, but despite the challenges posed by everything from Brexit, to the OECD’s Beps regime to US Preside(...)

Deloitte predicted the Government would slash the VAT rate on new homes to 9 per cent from 13.5 per cent to boost housing supply

The Government is likely to reduce the VAT rate on new homes in the forthcoming budget to encourage more developers into the market, according to cons(...)

Organised by the Irish Tax Institute, the conference will discuss how new tax rules will affect companies and countries across the world

Next week Dublin Castle will host some of the world’s most important taxation decision makers and experts, there to discuss how new global tax rules (...)

Welcoming the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (Beps) report, Mr Noonan said the OECD proposals would “play to Ireland’s advantage”, despite fears it could provoke a flight of multinationals. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government has warned the European Union not to attempt to go beyond plans published on Monday that seek to lay down new global rules on taxing mu(...)

The Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) logo is seen at the company’s headquarters in Paris, France, on Friday, May 28, 2010. Slovenia, along with Israel and Estonia, are joining the Paris-based organization of 31 of the world’s most developed economies. Photographer: Antoine Antoniol/Bloomberg

An increasing number of smaller economies are likely to lower their corporation tax rates as a result of the ongoing global reform of multinational ta(...)

Irish tax policy must ensure that Ireland remains a competitive location for foreign direct investment,  Lorraine Griffin, head of tax with Deloitte said.

Ireland needs to end its dependence on multinationals and broaden its support to indigenous businesses, tax experts said yesterday, as they called for(...)