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04 April 2017
A review of current VAT and indirect tax issues from around the world.
15 March 2017
BDO is delighted to introduce its Optimism Index figures for...
08 March 2017
Revenue has changed the regulations around R&D Tax Credits...
BDO is delighted to introduce the BDO Optimism Index figures for the first quarter of 2017. The index, a continuous survey carried out for the last six years, tracks business performance and the views of busiess leaders across Ireland.
The second half of 2016 was dominated by two geopolitical events: the aftermath of the UK’s decision to leave the EU and the election of Donald Trump. Both resulted in marked changes in key economic statistics. In the UK, the fall in the value of Sterling was the most noticeable economic...
The Pharmaceutical sector is a substantial indigenous industry engaged in activities including the development and manufacture of human and veterinary medicinal products in which BDO has wide experience.
The manufacturing sector has undergone an enormous technological advancement in which BDO has wide experience.
The medical device sector continues to be a vibrant growth sector in which BDO has wide experience.
The Companies Act 2014 (“the 2014 Act”) provided for an 18 month transition period for private companies limited by shares to convert to one of the new company types. This period ended on 30 November 2016. From 1 December 2016, it has no longer been possible to elect to convert to a LTD or DAC...
Welcome to 2017's first issue of BDO HORIZONS, in which our M&A professionals review the past year and analyse what lies ahead.
BDO is glad to present its Optimism Index for Q4 2016, the most recent in a series of surveys carried out for the last six years, tracking business performance and the views of business leaders across Ireland. Features commentary from Katharine Byrne, Partner, Corporate Finance.
Country-by-Country Reporting (“CbCR”), as recommended by the OECD, has been adopted into Irish domestic law for fiscal years commencing on or after 1 January 2016. CyCR applies to multinational groups with a consolidated turnover in excess of €750 million in the prior year.