Tax

Managing tax obligations is a key element in business, especially when considering the impact of inward and outward investment strategies to produce effective tax structures. At RSM, our tax advisory team believes in looking beyond the tax situation of a business. We understand the consequences of taxation and take a holistic and commercial view. We offer practical and direct advice, delivering the tax solutions you need.

Each business must comply with increasingly complex tax rules – something which is even more critical for an internationally active enterprise which carries out cross-border transactions, requiring the help of expert tax advisory knowledge and planning.

Alongside being one of Ireland’s leading accountancy firms, we are part of a global network of experts, meaning we have a vast pool of knowledge and experience in assisting both local and foreign businesses, and helping to provide the tax solutions they require.  

We understand that business decisions have a taxation implication, which is why we work alongside you to create bespoke tax solutions for your business. We do this by listening to what your business and personal goals are, and from these goals we are able to provide the right tax advisory plans to help assist you, and help you succeed.

You can rely on us for our practical, commercially focused corporate tax advisory services. And you can rest assured that our team of tax advisory experts are dedicated to finding the best possible solutions for your business.

Our approach to finding the right tax solutions for your business encompasses:

  • Risk assessment
  • Maximising resources and wealth
  • Planning to facilitate decision making
     

If you’re looking for premium tax services, you can be fully confident that you’ve chosen the right firm in RSM Ireland. If you would like to know more about our tax advisory services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.

Irish corporate tax update

Ireland enters OECD International Tax agreement for new 15% minimum corporate tax rate What is...
8 October 2021

Business Plus - Ireland's Leading Tax Advisers 2021

Ireland's leading tax advisers discuss their clients' main concerns over the past year in the...
20 September 2021
How much tax will I pay if buying property with savings from the UK?

How much tax will I pay if buying property with savings from the UK?

I plan to invest in a buy to rent, max price €225,000. I already have a share-owned home with my...
31 March 2021

Postponed accounting & new SAD download service

Introduction of Postponed Accounting and the impact on VAT Return obligations...
16 March 2021

Will we face a tax bill if we sell my husband’s former home?

Q. I would be grateful if you would advise me on a predicament both myself and my husband find...
3 March 2021
Time for government to get creative again on tax - Business Post

Time for government to get creative again on tax - Business Post

Aidan Byrne of RSM Ireland recommends rolling with the changes as the tax landscape continues to...
1 February 2021

Practical Implications of the Free Trade Agreement - Causeway blog

In this Brexit blog originally published by Causeway, RSM offers a reflection on practical...
21 January 2021

RSM aims to guide businesses through post-Brexit maelstrom - Business Post

Next January will see a huge sea-change for which firms in Britain and Ireland must navigate...
2 November 2020

Irish Budget 2021 – Brexit focus

Ahead of the end of the Transition period on 31 December 2020 when the United Kingdom will leave...
21 October 2020

Managing and Optimising Indirect Tax as the UK leaves the EU

The current Brexit transitional period arrangements will end on 31 December 2020, such that Irish...
20 October 2020

Business Plus - Ireland's Leading Tax Advisers 2020

An interview with Aidan Byrne, Partner & Head of Tax at RSM Ireland. As published in Business...
10 September 2020
Accounting jobs join our Tax team

Accounting jobs - join our Tax team

RSM Ireland is one of the top 10 accounting firms in Ireland. We are part of the RSM global network...
4 September 2020
RSM Ireland appoints Paddy Stapleton as new Tax Partner

RSM Ireland appoints Paddy Stapleton as new Tax Partner

RSM Ireland, the 8th largest accounting firm in the country and the biggest first-generation firm...
17 February 2020
Aidan Byrne appears in the Business Plus Tax Advisers edition

Aidan Byrne appears in the Business Plus Tax Advisers edition

‘Tax issues are only part of the jigsaw in business succession...
10 September 2019
Accounting jobs in our growing Tax team

Accounting jobs -opportunities with our growing Tax team

RSM Ireland is one of the top 10 accounting firms in Ireland. We are part of the RSM global...
23 April 2019

Pre-trading expenses and when they were incurred by another company

In the beginning, a business may incur certain pre-trading expenses in advance of actually...
14 March 2019

My hotel property is now worthless - can I claim the cost of this investment as a loss for CGT?

I acquired a suite in a hotel some 17 years ago claiming full tax relief over the following 7 years...
24 January 2019

PAYE Modernisation

    PAYE Modernisation and Real Time Reporting (RTR) has been effective since 01 January 2019...
10 January 2019

Global tax changes and tax due diligence - Sunday Business Post Report

Tax Partner, Aidan Byrne, spoke to journalist Siobhán Maguire from the Sunday Business Post to...
10 December 2018
Aidan Byrne on Newstalk FM

Aidan Byrne on Newstalk FM: tax implications for Irish companies expanding overseas

RSM Ireland Tax Partner, Aidan Byrne, joined Vincent Wall in the Newstalk FM studio for the...
22 November 2018
RSM Ireland Budget 2019

Budget 2019 Commentary

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10 October 2018

Planning for the Future and Maximising Value Slides

full slide deck...
12 July 2018
Brexit implications on US companies

Aidan Byrne speaks at 'Brexit implications for US companies' event

Aidan Byrne, Tax partner at RSM Ireland, has been invited to Chicago to speak at a seminar aimed...
7 June 2018
Irish guidelines for tax on income from letting short-term accommodation

Irish guidelines for tax on income from letting short-term accommodation

The Irish tax authorities, on April 17, issued new guidance (Tax and Duty Manual Part 04-01-20) to...
24 April 2018
Tax transfer pricing Seán McCarthy

Irish Tax Authorities release guidelines on the transfer pricing requirements for low-value intra-group services

The Irish tax authorities, on March 15, provided new guidance (Tax and Duty Manual...
22 March 2018
Cbcr, Country by Country Reporting, what is CbCR, implementing internationally

Country by Country Reporting (“CbCR”) – Implementation in an International Context

What is CbCR? CbCR is a compliance obligation placed on multinational enterprises (“MNE”...
15 January 2018
Budget 2018 commentary

Budget 2018 commentary

Ireland’s Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform announced Ireland’s Budget...
10 October 2017
corporation tax, Irish corporation tax, Ireland's corporation tax

Tax flash – Review of Ireland’s corporation tax code

On 12 September, a report on Ireland’s Corporation Tax Code was published by Minister Paschal...
18 September 2017
Irish OECD award

OECD awards Ireland highest international rating on tax transparency

On 25 August, the OECD’s Global Forum on transparency and exchange of information for tax purpose...
29 August 2017

My parents have offered me €30K. Do I pay tax on it?

My parents have offered to give me a €30,000 deposit to buy an apartment. What are the tax...
19 July 2017
Mileage rates tax flash

Employers be aware, amendment to civil service mileage rates

The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform recently published new civil service mileage...
11 April 2017

Revenue Commissioners issue eBrief on R&D Tax Credits

The Revenue Commissioners published eBrief No. 17/17 on 17 February concerning its audit policy of...
20 February 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...
19 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...
11 January 2017
Property related tax issues

Property related tax issues

In this article Damien O’Sullivan deals with some common tax queries that arise in relation to...
10 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...
4 November 2016

Taxation on the sale/acquisition of a brokerage

The taxes arising on the sale/acquisition of a financial brokerage depend on whether the business...
12 October 2016

Dwelling house relief explained

John who is 80 and suffering from poor health wants his son Michael and Michael’s wife Mary, to...
23 September 2016

EU member states agree Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive

On 21 June, the EU’s ministers of Finance and Economic Affairs (ECOFIN Council) reached unanimous...
23 June 2016

Global business reaction to BEPS

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) refers to the erosion of national taxation bases and the...
22 June 2016

VAT registration tax flash

As you may be aware, Irish VAT registration applications are subject to robust vetting procedures...
9 June 2016

Can we gift our flat to our child tax-free?

Q We would like to give our adult child and spouse a small flat we own in Dublin to help them on...
9 June 2016
Leasing and hire purchase

Getting to grips with Leasing and Hire Purchase Agreements

I am about to change some equipment but am not sure how to finance it. What are the options and...
22 November 2015