Plans to criminalise companies that fail to put in place measures to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion by their employees and representatives has moved one step closer, following the publication of legislation by the UK government.
The European Commission does not have an issue with Ireland's 12.5% corporate tax but wants to ensure that tax rulings are not used to give selective advantage to companies "through the backdoor", competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has said....
The High Court has rejected an application by a group of private landlords for judicial review of changes to the way in which they are taxed, which are due to be phased in from next year.
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