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  • How can we help? | VAT, customs and other taxes | Tax | PwC Ireland | Services
    Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites How can we help In today s global environment where many of us are trading internationally and doing more and more business cross border we must ensure that we are complying with all local and international regulations Our dedicated teams in VAT Customs Relevant Contracts Tax and Stamp duty are committed to bringing you tailor made solutions that add value to your business while keeping costs down and helping you to minimise risk VAT The considerable differences on how VAT GST is applied from country to country can lead to confusion for companies Our experienced VAT team can help across a variety of areas e g making sure you meet your VAT obligations providing consultancy services on the treatment of VAT transactions locally and globally providing support during Revenue audits and appeals and providing onsite training health checks Read more Customs Customs excise and trade rules impact the cost and efficiency of doing business across international borders We can help you with everything from ensuring you re compliant in your jurisdiction achieving cost savings through the use of available reliefs and carrying out export control and compliance reviews to ensure you minimise risk cross border Read more RCT Relevant Contracts Tax RCT needs to be considered regardless of the business given the severity of the penalties that can be imposed Our dedicated RCT team can provide a wide range of services such as advising on whether or not RCT applies to your business guiding you on your compliance and reporting requirements assisting with RCT registration and providing you with support in the event of a Revenue audit Read more Stamp duty Stamp duty can be complex and it can have a significant impact on your business Some

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  • VAT | VAT, customs and other taxes | Tax | PwC Ireland | Services
    compliance in Ireland the EU and elsewhere in the world You require advice on any available VAT reliefs or areas with the potential for VAT savings including any reliefs arising from the acquisition or sale of a business You require assistance in liaising and conversing with the Irish Revenue Commissioners including preparation of submissions for rulings and assistance with Revenue audits You are engaged in a property transaction and seek clarification on the appropriate VAT treatment You are seeking to introduce or configure an ERP system and wish to evaluate or improve the system s VAT reporting capabilities You require assistance in preparing for an appeal to the Office of the Appeal Commissioners or litigation before the Courts How can we help Our team has the depth of experience and VAT knowledge to develop client driven solutions and add value to your business We maintain strong relationships with the Irish Revenue Commissioners and policy makers to ensure that we are at the forefront of any developments in VAT and can assist you in facing new challenges In addition as part of the global PwC network with approximately 2 000 VAT specialists in 150 countries we are perfectly positioned to address any issues you may face whether at a global or domestic level Also through our online global VAT knowledge database Global VAT Online you can keep up to date with developments in VAT and GST in over 70 countries We can assist you by Compliance Helping you manage the VAT function by providing VAT compliance services and securing tax registrations in Ireland and abroad Our specialised VAT and financial services team can provide you with VAT compliance services specifically focused on the financial services sector including funds and investment management Consulting Providing VAT consultancy services and giving certainty on the

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  • Customs | VAT, customs and other taxes | Tax | PwC Ireland | Services
    on EU Customs valuation under the UCC PwC India Indirect Tax Customs Newsletter May 2015 Customs International Trade Communiqué Edition 67 PwC Indirect Tax Combined Nomenclature 2015 Customs excise and trade rules impact the cost and efficiency of doing business across international borders Duties add to the total product cost and largely once paid cannot be recovered Any savings in customs duty costs will improve your competitiveness and overall profitability as duty hits the bottom line Maximising the use of available reliefs and simplifications will reduce costs and generate efficiencies in your supply chain We can help you with everything from achieving these savings to ensuring that you minimise risk and operate seamlessly across international borders while remaining compliant in your jurisdiction Potential issues Maximising the benefits of planning opportunities and duty relief schemes Streamlining your global supply chain Increasing the efficiency of customs clearance while also improving cash flow Ensuring your company is export control compliant Identifying customs trade requirements and obtaining necessary customs authorisations registrations for imports into new emerging markets How can we help Providing access to a global network of dedicated Customs and International Trade experts Assisting you to gain access to new emerging markets Carrying

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  • Relevant Contracts Tax | VAT, customs and other taxes | Tax | PwC Ireland | Services
    you may have an obligation to withhold RCT from payments to contractors While the common perception is that it s of relevance only to the construction meat processing or forestry industries a broad range of businesses can be within the scope of RCT Some recent examples of nonconstruction type companies having RCT obligations include hospitals banks telecommunications companies supermarkets energy and utility companies and local authorities Given that the costs of not operating the correct RCT procedures are severe it s particularly important to consider RCT before undertaking any property or development related activity Potential issues You are sub contracting work and unsure if you should be operating RCT on payments you are making to subcontractors You would like to ensure that your business is RCT compliant and has appropriate system controls in place so that RCT is operating efficiently in your organisation You are unaware of whether the legislative changes introduced in Finance Act 2012 which has broadened the scope of RCT brings your business within the scope of RCT You have made payments to subcontractors without operating RCT and now wish to address any RCT exposure for the company You are faced with a RCT Revenue Audit You would like to reduce your business RCT rate as a subcontractor from 35 to a 0 or 20 rate You have had RCT withheld from payments made to your business and now wish to obtain a RCT refund from Revenue How can we help Advising on the scope of RCT and how it applies to your business Advising on your compliance requirements including Irish RCT reporting and filing obligations Helping you with RCT registration Assisting with unprompted prompted qualifying voluntary disclosures with Revenue to ensure you receive the maximum mitigation of tax geared penalties Managing risk by carrying out RCT

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  • Stamp duty | VAT, customs and other taxes | Tax | PwC Ireland | Services
    certain insurance policies bank cards and financial instruments Potential issues You are looking to transfer specific business assets and are unsure how stamp duty affects this transaction You are looking to incorporate your business You are dealing with cross border transactions and are unsure whether or not you are required to pay stamp duty in Ireland or abroad You are unclear of the rate of tax you should pay on a specific transaction and if there are exemptions which apply to you You are facing a revenue audit inspection and require professional support and advice How can we help Our team would be happy to advise you on any area of Irish stamp duty and is part of a worldwide network that can advise on stamp taxes in any foreign jurisdictions in which you may be conducting business Some of the areas where we can help include Property transactions With a rate of 2 on commercial property and up to 2 on residential property stamp duty can add significant cost to property acquisitions We can assist clients in managing stamp duty on whatever form their property acquisitions may take and can also help in identifying any applicable reliefs or exemptions Dealings with revenue We can assist in making submissions to Revenue in relation to specific stamp duty issues seeking and obtaining stamp duty refunds and general discussions and liaison with Revenue on your behalf E stamping Under the new e stamping system the payment of stamp duty on an instrument is now evidenced by the attachment of a stamp certificate We can help you to meet your stamp duty obligations under the e stamping system and can assist non resident clients in obtaining the tax registration numbers mandatory for all transactions liable to Irish stamp duty Business transactions There can

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  • Independent director network | Asset management | PwC Ireland | Industries
    you as independent directors of funds and fund management companies to discuss common challenges with your peers How does it work It will facilitate a number of opportunities during the year to focus on the specific issues of relevance to non executive directors in this sector It will provide discussion and debate on the impact of these issues on companies operating in the sector in an open forum with your peers While we ve some thoughts on topics for on going discussion sessions we believe that getting your input on these will be critical to focusing on the issues that are of most relevance to you as a network member We see our role in this network as a facilitator sharing external insights and timely commentary on how other organisations are responding to topical issues and challenges We re keen that this sharing of experience and insight will support you as a collective network in managing the continued challenges facing this profession and sector What s in it for you Leading insights into the issues and commercial challenges of interest to you Invaluable networking and sharing of experience with peers facing similar challenges A look towards the future sharing international

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  • Contact Us
    Ronan Doyle Your name Your e mail address Your telephone number Your organisation Your role within the organisation Which of our PwC member firms should respond to this request select only if different from your location Select a country territory Afghanistan Albania Algeria Angola Antigua Argentina Armenia Aruba Asia Pacific Customs and Trade Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Benin Bermuda Bolivia Bonaire Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brasil British Virgin Islands Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Caribbean Cayman Islands Central African Republic Central Americas Central Asia and Caucasus Central and Eastern Europe Chad Channel Islands Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Brazzaville Congo Dem Rep Costa Rica Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Côte d Ivoire Denmark Djibouti Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equitorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France French Polynesia Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Global Greece Greenland Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea Bissau Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Interaméricas Iraq Ireland Republic of Isle of Man Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jersey Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kosovo Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Martinique Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Middle East Region Moldova Monaco Principality of Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman PRTM Japan Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico PwC Tax and Legal Services Qatar Remediation Romania Russia Rwanda San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka St Lucia St Kitts and Nevis Sudan Surinam Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Territory Thailand Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Turks

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  • Contact Us
    John O Leary Your name Your e mail address Your telephone number Your organisation Your role within the organisation Which of our PwC member firms should respond to this request select only if different from your location Select a country territory Afghanistan Albania Algeria Angola Antigua Argentina Armenia Aruba Asia Pacific Customs and Trade Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Benin Bermuda Bolivia Bonaire Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brasil British Virgin Islands Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Caribbean Cayman Islands Central African Republic Central Americas Central Asia and Caucasus Central and Eastern Europe Chad Channel Islands Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Brazzaville Congo Dem Rep Costa Rica Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Côte d Ivoire Denmark Djibouti Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equitorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France French Polynesia Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Global Greece Greenland Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea Bissau Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Interaméricas Iraq Ireland Republic of Isle of Man Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jersey Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kosovo Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Martinique Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Middle East Region Moldova Monaco Principality of Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman PRTM Japan Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico PwC Tax and Legal Services Qatar Remediation Romania Russia Rwanda San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka St Lucia St Kitts and Nevis Sudan Surinam Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Territory Thailand Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan

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