Deloitte Private Matters

March 2014 edition

In the March 2014 edition of private matters you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a wide variety of topics including whether the CEOs of charities should disclose their remuneration, taxation issues facing company directors and using tax depreciation to reduce your tax bill. We also enclose our regular personal deposit rates comparative schedule.

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.

Our latest issue

What’s on your mobile device and how secure is it?
In this article, Jacky Fox investigates what happens to personal and confidential data held on a smartphone when it is lost, stolen or when the user upgrades.

Quantitative Easing – problem or solution?
Lore Burkart looks at whether quantitative easing is an effective monetary tool for policy-makers.

Tax depreciation – How to reduce your tax bill
Steven Gardiner outlines an under-utilised method of reducing your tax bill.

The credit gap and the emergence of alternative lenders
John Doddy reviews the key drivers of the credit gap and the emergence of alternative lenders.

CEO remuneration: Should it be disclosed by Irish charities?
In this article, Marguarita Martin explores the topical issue of disclosing the remuneration of a charity’s CEO.

Taxation and company directors
Caroline McGrath examines some of the tax issues facing company directors

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

March 2014


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