There are a lot of myths and misconceptions regarding the process of becoming an Irish citizen. The first thing you should know is that there is no standard way of becoming an Irish citizen—the process differs according to nationality, why you want citizenship among other reasons.
In Ireland High Potential Start-Ups or HPSU are those companies with the potential to provide an innovative service or product for sale on global markets and the capability to generate at least 10 jobs and €1m in sales within three years of commencement. In general, HSPUs are those companies with the ability to drive innovation and wealth creation, by developing new products and markets never seen before and generating networks which never existed before.
Double taxation often crops up when doing business internationally and can be such a headache to the modern business world. Swiss citizens contemplating of doing business in Ireland will be relieved to know of the 1965 standing treaty that prevents double taxation in the event where a legal entity carries out taxable activities in one of the two states.
The double taxation treaty between Ireland and the United Arab Emirates was signed in early July 2010. The tax convention was meant to prevent over taxation of businesses operating in both countries and it has also greatly strengthened the bilateral ties between the two nations. The pact fosters investment opportunities in either of the states and increases instances of trade endeavors between the two countries.
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.
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.