The Irish Government published the Finance (No.2) Bill 2013 (the "Bill") on October 24, 2013. The Bill contains a number of measures which will be of interest to international companies. Corporate Residence Rules The Bill proposes measures to curb the existence of so-called "stateless" companies. The proposed legislation is along expected lines and has a narrow application to deal with mismatches which can arise as a result of the different tests for residence which exist in Ireland and in, for example, the United States. The proposed change to the residence rules would, if enacted, treat an Irish incorporated entity as being resident in Ireland in the following circumstances: The entity is managed and controlled in a jurisdiction which has a treaty in place with Ireland and that entity would only be resident in that treaty jurisdiction if it were incorporated in that jurisdiction. The entity is not otherwise treated as resident in Ireland under Irish domestic rules, but would be if it were also managed and controlled in Ireland. The entity is not, apart from this amendment, regarded as resident in any territory. The proposed changes to the residency rules will have effect from the following dates: October 24, 2013 for companies which are formed on or after that date January 1, 2015 for all companies incorporated prior to October 24, 2013 R&D Tax Credit The Bill contains...
Matheson Tax update: Finance (No. 2) Bill 2013
|Author:||Mr Alan Connell, Joe Duffy, Aidan Fahy, Catherine Galvin, Turlough Galvin, Shane Hogan, Emer Hunt, Alan Keating, John Kelly, Greg Lockhart, Mark O'Sullivan, Liam Quirke, John Ryan and Gerry Thornton|
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