Relocating to Ireland from the UK following Brexit

Britain is now in a transition period during which they must conclude a deal with the EU by the end of 2020.  Now may be a good time to consider setting up business operations in Ireland.

The decision as to whether the business in Ireland should be carried on through a branch, an Irish subsidiary or an Irish standalone company may be driven more by commercial considerations rather than taxation.   OSK can advise on the tax issues arising on businesses relocating to Ireland. 

Some highlights from our taxation system are outlined below:

Commercial, non -tax, Highlights

For information on setting up a business in Ireland, on corporate taxation issues or taxes on employee relocations please contact Imelda Prendergast, Support for Brexit business in Ireland on 00353 1 439 4206 or prendergasti@osk.ie; www.osk.ie

Download free Support for Brexit Businesses in Ireland guide.

Further resources:

Brexit: Changes in the customs regime

Brexit: Remittance basis tax payers - are you aware of the potential risk from Brexit?

Brexit: Implications for Irish companies with only UK resident directors

OSK guide to setting up a business in Ireland

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