Our tax practice is at the cutting edge of one of the most challenging and intellectually rigorous fields, working with a diverse range of clients - from entrepreneurs and start-ups to public and private companies, governments, not-for-profit organisations and high net worth individuals - to understand and deal with their challenges in tax planning and structuring.
Our tax professionals are problem solvers, providing value to their clients through analysing and interpreting tax policy, advising corporations and high-net worth individuals on intricate tax matters, and helping companies comply with the growing and increasingly complex tax compliance requirements.
We help our clients solve complex problems and influence some of the biggest decisions they face, helping them be more efficient while simultaneously keeping pace with the changing national and international tax landscape.
Tax at PwC is a relationship business, and we are committed to giving our people the career opportunities and experiences they need to thrive.
“PwC is a very respectful environment, with a great support network. Opportunities are huge and there is a very healthy culture here”
Over 600 professionals work across five groups:
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.
Specialises in the core areas of banking and capital markets, asset management and insurance. This often involves working on complex cross-border transactions which will give you both Irish and international tax experience.
This group advises overseas companies investing in Ireland to understand the impact on their business of tax changes and transactions between countries.
This group helps some of the world’s leading employers make the most of their people. We help organisations, locally and internationally, to reward and mobilise the key people in their business, to manage their employment tax and other people-related obligations, and to improve the performance of their workforce.
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.