Susan Kilty

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Minister for  Finance  Paschal Donohoe (right) and Minister for Public Expenditure  Michael McGrath outside Government Buildings in Dublin before outlining details of Budget 2021.  Photograph: Julien Behal Photography/PA Wire

It may seem that the world almost came to a stop in 2020, but the pace of change in the international tax landscape certainly has not. Change seems to(...)

European commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager. Ireland’s corporate tax rate, one of the lowest in the OECD, has been at the centre of an international storm over multinational tax avoidance. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

The effective tax rate paid by Irish companies last year was 12.4 per cent, broadly in line with the statutory rate of 12.5 per cent, according to a n(...)

Taxpayers’ desire for a fair and principles-based approach should be reflected in the proposals that emerge

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe faced many tough choices in framing Budget 2020. Ireland is in a period of deep uncertainty, with the looming Bre(...)

On Tuesday, the PwC-Irish Times Tax Summit will wrestle the most topical questions in an increasingly uncertain world. File photograph: Getty

This Week September 16th Monday Indicators: Irish exports and imports (July). Tuesday Results: Uniphar, Adobe, FedEx. Indicators: Euro zone econom(...)

The complexity of Brexit has shown how deeply entangled the global economy is. Photograph: iStockphoto

Business is the most international of all subjects. The complexity of Brexit has shown how deeply entangled the global economy is, and how difficult i(...)

Susan Kilty, PwC people partner: “Make sure that, during your research, you explore the modules on offer in the different courses and if work experience or Erasmus is included.”

Picking a college course can be daunting. Once you’ve considered what course genuinely interests you – and this should always be your primary consider(...)

PwC’s People Partner, Susan Kilty said: “We’re delighted to have won the Gradireland 2016 Employer of the Year award in what is a highly competitive market.”

PwC has won the overall Gradireland Graduate Employer of the Year award. The professional services firm was also awarded the Association of Higher Edu(...)

More than half of Irish women born between 1980 and 1995 believe their employers favour male colleagues when it comes to internal promotion, according(...)

Graduate recruitment fairs and college careers offices can give a good overview of what’s out there

There are ways to stay in college forever, but being an eternal student is generally far more depressing than facing the big, bad, exciting world. Con(...)

Career potential: Ibec’s food-and-drink marketing programme will give 28 graduates the opportunity to work with sponsor companies for 18 months. Pictured at the launch were (back) Katie O’Donoghue, placed with Tullamore Dew in San Francisco, David Broderick of Ibec, Mary-Jade Hynes, placed with Tullamore Dew in Chicago, (front) Rebecca Savage, placed with Jim Beam in Minneapolis, and Conor Neville, placed with Tullamore Dew in San Francisco. Photograph: Gary O’Neill

Three years ago, there were little or no job opportunities. Emigration, unemployment or an unpaid internship loomed large for graduates. Since then, (...)