Our ‘Insights into IFRS 3’ series summarises the key areas of the Standard, highlighting aspects that are more difficult to interpret and revisiting the most relevant features that could impact your business. This article explains the recognition principles set out in IFRS 3.
At Grant Thornton we meet the challenges of our clients. Our Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) model is tailored for growing multinational companies to support the transition and transformation of finance functions and business growth.
In this episode of the Going International podcast, Cristina Santos talks to Amanda Cowley, Head of Practice in Isle of Man, about tax and compliance aspects of doing business in this jurisdiction, such as many IOM entities being affected by the UK Register of Overseas Entities requirements with upcoming deadlines of 31 January.
Employer SolutionsSpecial Assignee Relief Programme (SARP): Employer Year End Obligations
Businesses with employees who availed of SARP during 2022 are required to file their annual SARP Employer Return with Revenue by 23 February 2023. SARP was introduced as a way to encourage key employees within an organisation to relocate to Ireland. Where certain conditions are satisfied, 30% of taxable employment income in excess of €75,000 (€100,000 for the years 2023 to 2025) will be disregarded for Irish income tax purposes; however, such income is not exempt from the USC and PRSI.