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Learn the principles of the taxation and legal systems in Ireland.
This course provides a brief introduction to Irish taxation and a broad overview of the principal areas of Irish law that are likely to concern you as an accountant.
The tax portion of the course has seven modules and takes you through the basic principles of main direct taxes, such as:
The law portion of this course contains five modules and gives you a basic understanding and awareness of issues where you would be advised to seek professional legal advice.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
This course can only provide a brief introduction to the Irish taxation and legal systems. The course material should not be relied on as a substitute for specialized professional advice in connection with any particular matter. The law is stated in accordance with legislation up to and including the Finance Act 2013.
Overview of Ireland tax
• Module 1: Income tax • Module 2: Value-added tax (VAT)• Module 3: Corporation tax• Quiz• Module 4: Taxation of capital gains• Module 5: Capital acquisitions tax (CAT)• Module 6: Stamp duty• Module 7: Revenue audit and powers• Quiz
Overview of Ireland law
• Module 1: The Irish Legal System• Module 2: Contract law• Module 3: Negligence and the law of tort• Quiz• Module 4: Business organizations• Module 5: Liquidation, receiverships, examinerships and bankruptcy• Quiz
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