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Consistently ranked as the easiest place in the world to do business, Ireland has a highly educated, English-speaking workforce, a pro-business government and easy access to Europe. Currently there are more than 700 U.S. companies doing business in Ireland, a number that will continue to grow.
While there is uncertainty about Brexit there are a few things you can do now to begin preparing and mitigating risks.
Attend this webcast to learn about how the OECDA's release of the multilateral instrument may ease country adoption of BEPS recommendations.
RSM is pleased to announce that Bill Gorman was recently recognized as a 2016 Irish America Wall Street 50 honoree by Irish America magazine.
A month ago the European Commission (EC) announced that Apple Inc. would have to pay Ireland over $14.5 billion, plus interest, for having received what the EC now considers illegal tax benefits over the past decade. The EC’s ruling instantly resulted in significant media coverage—largely due to the size of the back taxes owed.
RSM Ireland explains the impact of 2017 Irish budget on U.S. multinationals.
In a move that may shake up the norms of international taxation, the EU has ordered Ireland to recover over $14 billion from Apple.
In spite of its economic hurdles, Ireland's young, educated workforce, favorable cost structures and tax policies – as well as access to a European market of 500 million consumers – make it attractive for foreign investment.
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