Bradley Tax Consulting specialises in the following practice areas:
Bradley Tax Consulting advises foreign companies investing in Ireland and Irish companies expanding abroad.
As personal tax rates are still high, individuals must focus on mechanisms to manage their effective rate of tax.
We work with companies, their legal advisers and other parties to the transaction to structure an acquisition or group re-organisation in a tax efficient manner such that the commercial objectives of all parties are met.
Bradley Tax Consulting assists clients in claiming various capital gains tax reliefs as part of estate tax planning and transferring wealth to the next generation.
We advise companies across all sectors including Irish indigenous companies and foreign multinationals groups and use our practical experience to identify opportunities on their behalf.
With asset value steadily increasing, now is the perfect time for putting in place tax efficient estate tax planning measures.
As the Revenue Commissioners continue to dedicate more resources to their Revenue Audit programme, clients will need assistance in preparing for and dealing with revenue audits.
We assist companies in assessing their entitlement to R&D tax credits and work with them to prepare reports to support R&D tax credit claims.
Cash flow is very tight for most start-ups and many companies are struggling to move on to the next growth phase. EIIS funding may therefore assist in filling the financing gaps that companies are experiencing.
Bradley Tax Consulting works with large companies to project manage the implementation of chosen tax strategies.
With the increased focus on cross border transactions and international tax avoidance, Bradley Tax Consulting can help you manage your transfer pricing risks, compliance and planning needs.
The current Irish taxation regime for certain foreign investments, usually referred to as offshore funds, is considered labyrinthine by many tax advisers.
We assist individuals and companies including Irish indigenous companies and foreign multinational groups with their VAT obligations.
VAT on property is a complex area of taxation and given the potential consequences of applying the provisions correctly, it is important to seek advice before undertaking a property transaction.
Recruiting suitable employees and retaining employees is important to all businesses especially in light of high demand for talent.
Bradley Tax Consulting has worked with many individuals moving to Ireland either for the first time or returning to Ireland after a period abroad.
With businesses increasingly looking abroad to drive growth, individuals often leave Ireland to assist with establishment of business operations and development of market opportunities abroad.
Stamp duty was originally introduced in England in 1694 as a temporary measure to fund war efforts.