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Ireland's new Finance Minister, Paschal Donohoe, has described the EU's demand for the collection of up to EUR13bn (15.3bn) in "unpaid" taxes from Apple as unjustified, according to reports. Read Full Story
Those negotiating the UK's exit from the European Union should ensure that firms engaged in cross-border trading have enough time to come to terms with the changes, the Chartered Institute of Taxation has said. Read Full Story
The UK Government has said that it wants to avoid a return to a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and that trade and movement between the two must be protected in any post-Brexit deal. Read Full Story
The Irish Government is said to be nearing a deal with Apple that would protect the state from any losses that could arise while it holds in escrow the "state aid" money the EU has ordered the tech giant to pay back. Read Full Story
Ireland's new Cabinet is "extremely eager" to ease the tax burden on middle-income earners, according to Junior Finance Minister Michael D'Arcy. Read Full Story
The next round of EU-UK Brexit negotiations will comprise detailed discussions on a number of issues affecting Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, according to the UK's Brexit Secretary. Read Full Story
On August 3, 2017, the Irish Revenue published Revenue e-Brief No. 74/17, which contains guidance for taxpayers on complying with Ireland's transfer pricing documentation requirements. Read Full Story
Trade association Retail Ireland has warned that the sector is cautious and uncertain about what the second half of the year will bring, and called on the Government to ease the tax burden on consumers and retailers. Read Full Story
The Irish Revenue has published a new e-brief that explains the procedure through which taxpayers can request mutual agreement procedure assistance in Ireland, in cases where a company considers it has been subject to double tax. Read Full Story
Only two percent of Irish firms have a plan in place to deal with the potential outcomes of Brexit, according to a survey by InterTradeIreland. Read Full Story
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