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Finance Bill 2016 – Irish Real Estate Fund
As readers may be aware on 6th September 2016 the Irish Minister of Finance announced proposed amending legislation to Section 110 of the Taxes Consolidation Act...
Ireland
9 Nov 2016
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Holding Companies in Ireland
Ireland has in recent years become a destination of choice for holding companies because of its capital gains participation exemption, generous foreign tax credit system, membership of the EU, ever expanding double tax treaty network, lack of CFC and thin capitalisation rules and the general ability to pay dividends free of withholding tax.
Ireland
22 Oct 2010
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Holding Companies In Ireland
Ireland has long been a destination of choice for holding companies because of its low corporation tax rate of 12.5%, its participation exemption and the general ability to pay and receive dividends free of withholding tax.
Ireland
11 Feb 2009
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