Deloitte Private Matters 

December 2014 edition

The December edition of Private Matters includes insight into how businesses can generate value from data capture through the use of data analytics. We also look at the tax issues to be considered when making investments and in particular focuses on the tax treatment of offshore funds. There is also insightful Deloitte commentary around Philanthropy matters and how to involve the next generation in strategic giving.

At Deloitte Private, we understand that establishing, maintaining and growing a business in today’s challenging environment brings with it a whole range of complex issues. Private Matters will focus on the priorities for private companies, family businesses, individuals and not-for-profit organisations in Ireland.

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Philanthropy: strategic giving – a family affair?
Philanthropy is a relatively new concept in Ireland. Tracey O’Donnell looks at the advantages of involving the next generation in charitable giving.

Taxation issues to be considered when making investments
The environment for making investments has changed significantly over the last number of years.  With the marginal rate of tax for investment income currently at 55%, individuals are looking to alternative investment options. Jonathan Ginnelly looks at the tax issues to be considered when making investment decisions.

Taxation of income and gains from offshore funds
The offshore fund rules can be complex. This article looks at the tax treatment for various offshore fund investment structures.

Generating value from data capture
Data analytics provides businesses with the opportunity to unlock the value of information to enhance business performance and gain competitive advantage. Richard Southern explores the benefits of data analytics to your business.

Personal deposit rates comparative schedule
Schedule of monthly deposit rates in Ireland.

December 2014


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