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Tax Advice for Irish Family Businesses

Tax Advice for Irish Family Businesses

Michael Gaffney

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Tax Advice for Irish Family Businesses offers essential and practical tax solutions for the real tax issues facing 200,000 family businesses in Ireland. Authored by Michael Gaffney of KPMG, it is of interest to AITI Tax Consultants, AITI Students, professional advisers and business owners.

*Can you handle the complex tax issues that arise in a family business every day?

*What are my options for selling part or all of my business?

*How do I pass on my business?

*What are the typical contents of a shareholders’ agreement?

*What are the tax implications around pay for key employees – shares for employees, flexible benefit schemes etc?

*How do I account for goodwill, selling assets, or joint ventures?

*How can I value my company?

Packed with real-life questions and case study solutions, Tax Advice for Irish Family Businesses is your plain-English guide to the above questions and much more. 

Tax Advice for Irish Family Businesses is filled with interesting anecdotes from Mike’s personal experience and is peppered with additional advice from well-known personalities. “…This book will be helpful to everyone, from the recent start-up operating as a sole trader, to family firms that have been up and running for years.

It also has valuable insights for those working for a family business, who may feel intimidated by the complexity of issues around taxation. You can pick it up and get a specific answer to a specific question. ” Richard Curran, Sunday Business Post and RTÉ’s Dragons’ Den

Additional Information

Author Michael Gaffney
Publisher N/A
Publication date 17 Nov 2011
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781842602577

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