Accountancy bodies issue call for EU Reform in London
CCAB, the forum for accountancy bodies in the UK and Ireland, has called for reform in the structures of the European Union that will create a more efficient and productive relationship between the UK and EU.
The call came at the official launch on Tuesday last in London of a report that highlights areas for reform of the European Union, aimed...
Planting a seed: Institute talks showcase Chartered Accountancy to 270 students
Chartered Accountants Ireland was delighted to welcome more than 270 second-level students and teachers from 18 schools across Leinster to our Dublin HQ for a series of talks on what a career as a Chartered Accountant has to offer. The event was aimed at Transition Year, 5th and 6th year students from all disciplines who have an interest in business.
This week’s tax tidbits
Developments of interest this week are outlined.
A consultation on the tax and PRSI impact of personal services companies and other self-employment arrangements was launched by the Minister for Finance and Minister for Social Protection and submissions are invited by 31 March. The consultation document is published on the Department of Finance website. Chartered Accountants Ireland as a member of...