December 27, 2023

Slashing your Corporation Tax

On this episode of the Gross Profit Podcast, James Kennedy sits down with Eamon O’Sullivan.
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Slashing your Corporation Tax

Show Notes

James Kennedy sits down with Eamon O’Sullivan, the Director of OSA McQuillan, one of Ireland’s premier accounting firms. Eamon, a seasoned accountant and business advisor, brings his extensive expertise to the table, discussing the financial benefits of establishing a business in Ireland.

What You’ll Learn:

  1. Ireland’s Attractive Corporate Tax Rate: An insight into Ireland’s 12.5% Corporation Tax Rate and how it benefits businesses.
  2. Following the Footsteps of Tech Giants: Understand how multinational tech companies leverage Ireland’s tax policies to their advantage.
  3. Practical Tax Advice for Businesses: Eamon’s expert tips on efficient tax planning and management for both budding and established businesses.

Episode Highlights:

  • “Eamon, can you explain why Ireland’s 12.5% Corporation Tax Rate is such a game-changer for businesses?”
  • “What are the key strategies companies should adopt to maximize the benefits of Ireland’s tax environment?”
  • “Could you share some success stories or examples of how effective tax planning has aided businesses in growth?”
  • “Apart from tax benefits, what other advantages does Ireland offer to businesses looking to set up shop here?”

About Eamon O’Sullivan and OSA McQuillan:

Eamon O’Sullivan, a graduate from UCG (now NUI Galway) with a Bachelor of Commerce, qualified as an accountant in 1993. Starting his own practice, O’Sullivan Associates, in 1995 and later renaming it to OSA McQuillan in 2017, Eamon has been pivotal in shaping successful financial strategies for various businesses. With a personal touch, he offers consultations to reduce time spent on accounting, allowing business owners to focus on growth and other enjoyable activities. Eamon, a Limerick native, is also an avid rugby fan and keen on improving his 5K time at local ParkRuns during the weekends.

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