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Ireland's Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation is to commission an assessment of the tax system, with a view to boosting the competitiveness of SMEs.
According to a report in the Irish Independent, the Department "wants a medium-term tax policy plan set out for scaling small- and medium-sized businesses."
The paper reported that a departmental tender document stated: "The project will develop actionable recommendations to inform tax policy discussions for Ireland's tax environment and administration system in support of scaling SMEs and new entrepreneurial businesses."
The Department is seeking research and taxation experts to take part in the project. The Irish Independent reported that the analysis will focus on the impact of the changing international tax environment and the BEPS project, Brexit, and potential US tax reform. It will also analyze the impact of differences between the Irish and UK tax offerings, it said.
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