Are you ready for the new legislation?
15 February 2017

Are you ready for the new legislation?

At the moment, Irish data protection obligations are primarily governed by the Data Protection Act 1988 as amended by the 2003 Act. However, there is a new law coming into force that will impact your Credit Union.
7 February 2017

Best Irish Businesses Honoured at Exclusive Event in Dublin

The best businesses from Ireland were honoured at an exclusive event last night at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Dublin, for The European Business Awards sponsored by RSM.


19 January 2017

Capital Gains Tax on a site with planning?

Q: I have just read the answer to a query in the Property Clinic in The Irish Times. In it you state that one can sell one’s principal primary residence without incurring Capital Gains Tax.The site under discussion is a development site with...
11 January 2017

Review overseas assets now to avoid Revenue clampdown

Following the announcement in Budget 2017 that taxpayers are being given six months to ensure tax compliance should they have hidden off-shore assets, RSM Ireland is now urging the members of the public to come forward to review their position, even...
Pictured L to R: Managing Partner, John Glennon; Tim O Connor, Senior Advisor and Catherine Corcoran, Head of Consulting
13 December 2016

Tim O'Connor joins RSM Ireland's Consulting Team

(Pictured L to R: Managing Partner, John Glennon; Tim O Connor, Senior Advisor and Catherine Corcoran Gearty, Head of Consulting)
21 November 2016

Beyond 2016 | Outlook for the UK Real Estate Sector

It’s been a year of mixed hopes for the UK property industry. The EU referendum, significant tax changes and fluctuating overseas investment has impacted the UK sector. But with the UK now faring far better than expected, what will the year ahead...
Property related tax issues
10 November 2016

Property related tax issues

In this article Damien O’Sullivan deals with some common tax queries that arise in relation to property transactions.
4 November 2016

Re-launch by EU of Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB)

In October 2016, the Commission proposed to re-launch the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base. The re-launched CCCTB will be implemented through a two-step process and will be mandatory for the largest groups in the EU.
Mergers and acquisitions, M&As, selling you company, succession planning
20 October 2016

Forward Planning to Maximise Business Value

A unique opportunity is developing for business owners. Many larger companies and private equity groups have a significant amount of cash available to make purchases. Many baby boomers are or will be looking to exit their businesses and maximize...