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Budget 2018

Today Paschal Donohoe announced his first Budget as Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform which has been agreed with Fianna Fáil and the Independent Alliance. In addition to increased public expenditure, Budget 2018 contains a number of tax measures which leaves a little more money in everyone’s pocket.

Moore Stephens Graduate Programme 2018

At Moore Stephens we are delighted to offer our graduates the opportunity to join a team that will not only ensure you qualify as a technically skilled accountant or tax advisor, but will also focus on your personal and commercial development, affording you a well-rounded business understanding.

Corporate Matters Update

We have outlined some matters needing attention by corporates to ensure they are complying with new legislation issued in relation to maintaining a register of their beneficial interest and also some matters relevant to the Companies Act 2014 (“CA 2014)

Help to Buy Incentive

Applications from first-time homebuyers for financial support under the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme can be submitted from this January. The measure, introduced by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan in the budget last October, will allow purchasers to claim a rebate of income tax already paid up to a maximum of €20,000, depending on the value of the property.

Summary of 2017 Budget Measures

Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, today announced the first Budget of the minority lead Fine Gael – Independent Alliance Government. Unusually, this Budget will be passed through the Dáil with the acquiescence of Fianna Fáil, who will honour the confidence and supply agreement struck with Fine Gael earlier this year. Therefore, it is widely accepted that today's Budget has been drafted with an eye on the next General Election.
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