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Mark Doyle

Partner, Doyle Keaney Tax Advisors

Mark Doyle is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Irish Taxation Institute.  Mark specialises in providing tax consultancy services to other accountancy firms and advisors.

He is author of Capital Gains Tax - A Practioner's Guide from Chartered Tax Library and is a regular contributor of articles to various publications, including  Accountancy Ireland and tax.point.

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Paddy Harty

Senior Tax Director with PKF-FPM Accountants Limited

Paddy Harty is a Senior Tax Director with PKF-FPM Accountants Limited. He is a Chartered Accountant and specialises in Personal and Capital taxes. Paddy provides tax advice to a portfolio of family businesses and also provides cross border tax advice to Accountants both North and South of the Border.

He is joint author of The Tax Implications of Business Recovery and Insolvency in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK from Chartered Tax Library and is a regular contributor of articles to various publications, including Accountancy Ireland tax.point, Taxation and The Irish News. Paddy is the current chairperson of Chartered Accountants Ireland Northern Ireland tax committee.

Is it bye, bye to buy to let?

Cormac Kelleher

Tax Partner, Mazars 

Cormac Kelleher is an International Tax Partner with Mazars where he is involved in advising clients on establishing presence in Ireland. Over the past number of years he has presented on various tax issues both nationally and internationally to members of various professional organisations and worked with educational bodies. Cormac is also a lecturer and facilitator on the Chartered Tax programme since commencement. Cormac is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ACA) and a Chartered Tax Advisor (AITI).

Do I have a PE? 

Eoin O'Shea

Practising barrister

Eoin O'Shea is a practising barrister, specialising in taxation and commercial law.  He represents clients in tax cases before the Tax Appeals Commission and the Courts and regularly contributes articles to tax.point summarising the decisions of the Tax Appeals Commission.

Tax Appeal Commission Decisions

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