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Deloitte Private Matters
March 2015 edition
The March edition of Private Matters looks at some important matters for Irish Companies including action required under the new Companies Act that is expected to commence on 1 June and changes required to companies financial reporting regime in relation to the introduction of the new Irish GAAP regime. We also look at the impact for parents on making gits to their children for their support, maintenance and education following changes announced in the recent Finance Act. A number of complex restrictions have been introduced in relation to the availability of capital allowances on certain property related investments. Private Matters provides some insightful commentary on these changes.
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The Companies Act is expected to commence this June and it is now time for Irish companies to prepare for the transition. Nessagh Quinn takes you through the key features of the new Companies Act.
Aoife Lynn looks at some topical tax matters for SME’s.
Finance Act 2012 introduced provisions for the curtailment of certain property based capital allowances. Some of these measures are due to take effect from 31 December 2014. James Smyth looks at the changes introduced and how this may impact tax payers.
Ethical investment is a key objective for charities and other investors. Lore Bukart looks at the area of ethical investment and Charitable Institutions in Ireland.
A large majority of Irish companies will be required to change their financial reporting regime to the new Irish GAAP regime for accounting periods commencing after 1 January 2015. Companies need to consider the key changes and how this will impact on the reporting of their financial information. Michelle Byrne and Michael Raine take you through the key areas of the financial statements that will be impacted by the change and the tax considerations of this.
Schedule of monthly deposit rates in Ireland.
The recent Finance Act introduced changes to the support, maintenance and education relief in respect of gifts made by parents to their children for their support, maintenance and education. Marianne Donaghy looks at the changes introduced and how this will impact on future gifts made by parents to their children.