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On 22 December 2021, the European Commission published its proposal for an EU Directive that would implement the Global Anti-Base Erosion (GloBE) rules within the EU.
From 15 January 2022, exporters from Great Britain (GB) will need to use the Animal Health Regulation (AHR) Export Health Certificates (EHCs) for goods exported to the EU or moved to Northern Ireland (NI), if an EHC is required.
The OECD on December 20 released model rules to assist the 137 jurisdictions that agreed to the Inclusive Framework/G-2- Pillar Two framework to implement into domestic legislation a 15% minimum tax on those multinational enterprises (MNEs) that fall within its scope.
The UK government has announced that it will delay the introduction of new border controls, due on 1 January 2022 for goods entering Great Britain from the island of Ireland, while discussions on the Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland continue.
Katharine Byrne, Partner and Head of the BDO Corporate Finance Team, says Irish SMEs need support to access funding so they can weather the ongoing challenges posed by rising inflation, continuing supply chain disruption and labour shortages.
We are advising exporters to review the key issues which caused delays on imports to the EU in 2021 post Brexit. Understanding these issues will ensure that you are prepared for exporting to GB in 2022.
As part of its advice and guidance for taxpayers dealing with a range of difficulties caused by the impacts of the COVID-19 virus, Revenue have updated their guidance regarding the presence of individuals in, or outside, Ireland, for Corporation Tax purposes.
The Border Operating Model has now been updated and published. The publication sees the introduction of certification, documentary, ID and physical checks, by commodity groups for products of animal origin, animal by-products, plant and plant products, in three phases between 1 July and 1...
Irish Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on 15 November acknowledged that Ireland’s embrace of the recent two-pillar agreement to address the tax challenges arising from digitalisation of the global economy will come at a tangible cost to the Irish economy but reiterated his belief that the...