Taxation

Double taxation treaty between Ireland and Turkey

Although the diplomatic relations between Ireland and Turkey do not stretch back from century old, they have significantly strengthened over the past years. Both the two countries are active members of many European organizations such as the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Council of Europe, World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Union for the Mediterranean.
 

Double taxation treaty between Ireland and Malta

The Irish and the Maltese have a lot in common. They are both Islands set on the periphery of Europe, military neutral and their economic growth is at par. Furthermore, they are expected to be one of most thriving economies in the European Union in the near future. To strengthen their bilateral ties, the two nations signed a Double taxation treaty.
 

Double taxation treaty between Ireland and Belgium

The Irish and the Belgians have a long and remarkable history which stretches back from centuries old. To date, Belgium is Ireland’s third largest export market. One of the major reasons behind the two countries’ flourishing relationship is the Ireland-Belgium double taxation convention. The signing of this agreement has allowed Irish and Belgian residents to conduct business activities in the two countries without facing fiscal evasion or double taxation.

How to open a pub in Ireland

Ireland has always been known for its quality beverages and setting up your own Irish pub can be both an interesting and lucrative way to start a venture in Ireland. The Laws set in place to govern licensing matters in Ireland encompass a myriad of different Acts and Statutes passed into effect since the year 1880. Over the years these Acts have been revised and new ones have been introduced. Just like any other business entities in Ireland, a pub should be registered with the Companies Registration Office, the main body responsible for issuing registration licenses in Ireland. This is prerequisite for all entities in Ireland.