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Ireland updates tax compliance interventions and B2G e-invoicing guidance

The Irish revenue issues new Code of Practice for tax compliance interventions and NSAI Technical Committee issues guidance to help suppliers that are starting to issue e-invoices with public bodies....Continued

E-invoicing in Ireland- what you need to know

While B2B e-invoicing is not mandatory in Ireland, businesses can issue tax invoices in electronic format subject to certain conditions. ...Continued

UK - Northern Ireland VAT on moving goods

Following the end of the UK’s Brexit transition period, moving goods between Northern Ireland (NI) and the rest of the UK (Great Britain, GB) has taken on new compliance obligations. See how this impa...Continued

Ireland returns VAT rate to 23% 1st March 2021

Ireland today reverses its temporary COVID VAT rate cut, increasing the standard VAT rate to 23% from 21%. The cut on the reduced rate for tourism and hospitality rates from 13.5% to 9% remains in pla...Continued

Ireland suspend late VAT penalties on coronavirus crisis

The Irish Revenue Commission has announced tax measures to help business with cashflow issues arising from the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. ...Continued

Ireland introduces VAT fiscal representative

Ireland is to introduce the option for the Irish Revenue Commissioners to impose on non-resident VAT registered businesses from outside of the EU the obligation to appoint a Fiscal Representative. It ...Continued

Ireland Brexit postponed accounting for import VAT

Ireland is introducing a facility for VAT registered businesses to avoid the payment of import VAT to help soften the effects of the UK leaving the EU VAT regime after 31 December 2020. The measure wa...Continued

Ireland hospitality and tourism VAT rate cut till Dec 2021

Ireland has announced today it is cutting its 13.5% VAT rate on tourism and hospitality services to 9% from 1 November 2020 until 31 December 2021. This was announced in the Irish budget on 13th Octob...Continued

Ireland tourism and hospitality VAT cut from 13.5% to 9% debate

Ireland is considering a reinstatement of the reduced 9% VAT rate on tourism, hotels, café and restaurant services. The current rate is 13.5% on: hotel, tourism, food and non-alcoholic drink. This cut...Continued

Ireland COVID-19 tourism and hotels VAT cut?

Ireland is reviewing reducing its tourism and hospitality Value Add Tax rate from 13.5% to 9.5% to support the business during the coronavirus pandemic. Any announcement may come next week from the co...Continued