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Angela Fleming, Tax Partner, reacts to the announcement that the government will introduce a 50% debt limit on overseas funds and 1.25:1 property income to finance costs in order to limit the extent to which funds can use interest payment to limit taxable distributions.
BDO are delighted to be presenting at a series of Brexit workshops hosted by AIB during September and October in several venues throughout Ireland. These workshops are aimed at businesses who are trading directly with the UK or using the UK as a land-bridge.
BDO Ireland are delighted to have acted as financial advisors to Kilkenny Abbey Quarter Development Limited for their new project in Kilkenny City.
Ciarán Medlar, Partner and Head of Tax, addresses the topic of introducing some form of monetary incentive for inter-county GAA players in yesterday's Sunday Independent.
Ciarán Medlar, Partner & Head of Tax, featured on Business Plus sharing his insight on the commercial tax issues arising from Brexit, tax incentives, and tax planning issues for a business exit.
Bracing for Brexit: Business optimism takes a significant hit as two thirds of Irish businesses now expect Brexit to have a negative impact
As the looming deadline of 31st January fast approaches, it is becoming likely that the UK will leave the EU without a deal. Following this date, the UK becomes a non-EU country.
Siobhán Byrne, HR manager, speaks to The Sunday Business Post about BDO's graduate recruitment programme, which is open for applications all year round.
The recent review of Ireland’s R&D tax credit regime by the Department of Finance is an opportunity to implement positive change to the scheme and improve its accessibility to SMEs.