There is a range of corporate structures available in Ireland. It is important you choose well to ensure you are being tax efficient.
In the following pages, we outline the features of the various corporate structures.
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The low corporate tax rate for trading profits of 12.5%, coupled with exemptions from many taxes and incentives to invest, make Ireland a very attractive jurisdiction.
Company law is more flexible in allowing transactions between companies that are subsidiaries of a single holding company.
A Licensing, or royalty structure can be adapted to achieve the maximum tax and commercial advantages.
Ireland is an attractive jurisdiction from a taxation perspective for the establishment of trusts by non-resident, non-domiciled persons with no connection to Ireland.
An Irish company acts as an agent for an overseas company in respect of trading activities, including the supply of services. The Irish company is used to provide administrative services to the overseas company.