Deloitte Private Matters
December 2016 edition
In the latest edition of Deloitte Private Matters, you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a wide variety of topics. This month, we feature articles on successful expansion by Irish companies into new markets, changes in the role of human resources in organisations, a practical review of the criteria to be met to qualify for the research & development tax credit and an overview of the changes to the Revenue appeals process. We also include a guide to Brexit, focusing on the potential impact on Irish businesses and outline the results of our 2016 Global Mobile Consumer Survey.
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Sandra Brennan and Julia Hussey set out the revised procedure for aggrieved taxpayers appealing Revenue assessments and looks at other changes introduced by the Finance (Tax Appeals) Act 2015.
Andrew O’Reilly reflects on the Revenue’s increased focus on the usage of R&D tax credit and considers common misunderstandings of the qualifying criteria.
David Carson and Barry Robinson identify four key areas where Brexit will have the biggest impact on Irish businesses, including foreign exchange rates, movement of people, restrictions to market access and customs, duties and tariffs.
Heather Gordon explores the trends recognised in Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends Report 2016 and highlights how organisations can achieve competitive advantage therein.
David Shanahan considers the difficulties Irish companies can face as they expand to foreign markets and outlines his top tips for success.
Justin Hayes looks at the recently published results of this annual survey conducted by Deloitte, which includes a sample of the Irish market for the first time.