The Central Bank of Ireland has published the second Quarterly Bulletin for 2017. This insight bulletin examines recent trends in the domestic economy and provides the Irish Central Bank’s forecasts for the Irish economy and its views on domestic macroeconomic policy issues.
- 11th July 2017
An insight from the team at Animo Associates outlining the key benefits for international businesses of investing in Ireland, in light of the Brexit decision from June 2016. These include favourable tax, a growing economy and the fact that it is the only English speaking country in the Eurozone.
A new Revenue campaign was announced in the 2017 Budget which targets offshore income and assets which have been undeclared or under declared to Revenue. Taxpayers are being given a final opportunity to come forward before 30 April and make disclosures voluntarily, before new exchange of information rules vastly increase the data available to Revenue about taxpayers’ offshore interests.
- 24th October 2016
The budget statement for 2017 delivered by Ireland’s Minister for Finance, Mr Michael Noonan, focused to maintain and strengthen Ireland’s financial services at a time of significant political and economic change, both nationally and internationally.