Tax Facts 2024
Tax Tax Facts 2024
Download our simple guide for Irish tax rates, credits and filing deadlines, as well as a summary of the key Irish tax reliefs, for 2024. This guide is updated to include amendments made by Finance Act 2023.
Debt Warehousing Scheme Deadline: 1 May 2024
Tax Debt Warehousing Scheme Deadline: 1 May 2024
Businesses availing of the Debt Warehousing Scheme (DWS) have until 1 May 2024 to either pay their warehoused debt in full or engage with Revenue on addressing the debt. Read our latest insight to find out more.
Retirement relief: tax changes impacting family business transfers in Ireland
Retirement relief: tax changes impacting family business transfers in Ireland
The most recent Finance Act introduced a number of important changes to retirement relief, which may impact family businesses. Those affected should act now or face previously unforeseen CGT liabilities. Read our latest insight to find out more.
CAT loans from close relatives – mandatory tax filing
CAT loans from close relatives – mandatory tax filing
With effect from 1 January 2024 a new mandatory Capital Acquisitions Tax (CAT) reporting obligation is imposed on the recipients of certain loans from close relatives. Read our latest insight to find out more.
EU Direct Tax Newsletter
EU Direct Tax Newsletter
Read our second review of the EU Direct Tax Initiatives: helping you keep up to date with what is in the pipeline and how it may impact your business.
Share Scheme Reporting: Deadline – 31 March 2024
Share Scheme Reporting: Deadline – 31 March 2024
Employers and trustees operating share schemes are required to file an annual return with Revenue by 31 March after the end of each tax year. The return form to be filed is dependent on the type of share scheme operated. In some cases this includes the filing of a nil return where no reportable events have taken place during the year in question, but a filing is still required.

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Exchequer returns April 2024 – Peter Vale commentary

03 May 2024

Peter Vale provides his latest view on Ireland’s exchequer returns for April 2024.


Exchequer returns March 2024 – Peter Vale commentary

04 Apr 2024

Peter Vale provides his latest view on Ireland’s exchequer returns for March 2024.


Grant Thornton appoints Robert Fitzgerald as new tax partner

08 Mar 2024

Grant Thornton Ireland has appointed Robert Fitzgerald as a new tax partner. With over 15 years of experience, Robert brings a wealth of expertise to the firm and will play a critical role in expanding its asset management and financial services tax practice.


Exchequer returns February 2024 – Peter Vale commentary

05 Mar 2024

Peter Vale provides his latest view on Ireland’s tax landscape.


Exchequer returns January 2024 – Peter Vale commentary

07 Feb 2024

Peter Vale provides his latest view on Ireland’s tax landscape.


Exchequer returns December 2023 – Peter Vale commentary

04 Jan 2024

Tax receipts for December rounded off what was another strong year for the Exchequer on the tax receipts front. All three of the main tax heads, income tax, corporation tax and VAT, posted individual record receipts. Overall, tax receipts finished the year 6% ahead of 2022. Given the relatively weak global economic backdrop, this is a very strong performance.