Tax

Over 550 people work in Tax in PwC Ireland, in the areas of Domestic and International Outbound, Financial Services, Foreign Direct Investment, Indirect Tax and Human Resource Services.

Our Tax practice leads the field in working with a diverse range of clients - from entrepreneurs and start-ups to public and private companies that are household names domestically and internationally, right through to governments, not-for-profit organisations and high net worth individuals - to understand and deal with the challenges that matter most to them.

Working in Tax, your analytical, problem solving, teamwork and communication skills will help our clients solve complex problems and influence some of the biggest decisions they face such as deciding how to raise finance, where to set up their operations and how to reward their people. You will assist our clients in being more efficient while simultaneously keeping pace with the changing national and international tax landscape.

What will I actually do if I choose Tax?

Working for Ireland’s leading tax practice you’ll help companies and the people who run them to make key decisions around raising finance, structuring investments, office location, reward schemes and much more. Our expertise covers all areas of taxation from preparing annual tax returns and restructuring multimillion euro operations to buying a business and advising celebrities on the tax implications of their worldwide tours. You’ll advise clients who range from budding entrepreneurs to the world’s largest multinationals. And from early on you’ll tackle a broad range of work that includes tax compliance, researching case law research and cross-border advisory projects.

Which part of Tax should I choose?

Over 550 professionals work across five groups:

Domestic and International Outbound: This group advises large Irish plc clients on everything from mergers and acquisitions, expansion overseas and management buy-outs to group reorganisations and much more.

Financial Services: Specialises in the core areas of banking and capital markets, aircraft leasing, asset management and insurance. This often involves working on complex cross-border transactions which will give you both Irish and international tax experience.

Foreign Direct Investment: This group advises overseas companies investing in Ireland on the impact on their business of tax changes and transactions between countries.

Human Resource Services: This group helps some of the world’s leading employers make the most of their people. You’ll work on everything from employee incentives and international pensions to workforce reshaping, executive recruitment, employment law and the tax affairs of international assignees to and from Ireland.

Indirect Tax: An indirect tax, such as a sales tax, customs duty or VAT, is imposed on goods or services rather than on organisations. You could be advising on the correct VAT rate for new products or services, helping clients with Revenue Audits, managing VAT compliance or explaining the VAT and customs implications of cross-border transactions.

The work we do in all of our groups is constantly changing due to the evolution of tax law, sector trends and our clients’ business objectives.

What will my day-to-day role involve?

Day-to-day life in our tax practice is varied and intriguing. You will be charged with helping to complete clients annual cycle of tax compliance obligations. This work will expose you to the tax impact of strategic business decisions that clients take. You’ll help organisations be more efficient while keeping pace with regularly changing tax rules at home and overseas. You’ll also get invaluable tax experience, the opportunity to specialise and the chance to learn from some of the Ireland’s leading tax advisors. You’ll develop an impressive ability to creatively apply your tax technical skills. You’ll also develop your research, communication, project management, industry, client management skills and many more. There will be tough days with a lot of hard work but it will be worth it. Good performance is recognised and rewarded.

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