What do the provisions of Budget 17 mean for you and your business? Our experts share their insights.
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Our experts have reviewed the provisions of Budget 17. For their analysis of what these provisions mean for you, your business and the wider economic environment please click below.
The Finance Act 2016, which implements the measures announced by Minister Noonan in Budget 17, contains a number of incremental measures aimed at improving existing reliefs, fostering entrepreneurship and easing the tax burden on individuals. It also includes measures which affect funds with interests in Irish real estate assets and limits for voluntary disclosure of liabilities relating to offshore income or assets. Click below to download our expert analysis of Finance Act 2016.
Liam Diamond considers the impact of Budget 17 on Irish business in the context of the uncertain global tax environment.
Aoife Reid summarises the personal tax changes introduced in Budget 17, as well as issues that will be relevant to employers.
Sinead Lew outlines the provisions in Budget 17 relating to the property and rental sector, and considers whether the measures have gone far enough to address the current housing crisis.
Cian O'Sullivan outlines the measures in Budget 17 of most interest to Irish private businesses, including the changes to Entrepreneur Relief and the proposed share based incentive scheme.