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A Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and an AITI Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA), Fiona specialises in corporate taxation and corporate restructuring.

Fiona advises a broad portfolio of corporate and personal clients. She has a particular interest in international tax and provides Irish tax advice for many international businesses. She recently completed an Advanced Diploma in International Taxation.

Fiona has many years’ experience advising on large scale VAT transactions and due diligence. She is a regular speaker at RBK client events and provides budgetary analysis at our annual Budget Briefing.

Services Fiona Specialises In

Sectors Fiona Specialises In

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RBK are delighted to share our Doing Business in Ireland Guide 2021 which has been updated to incorporate new measures introduced in Finance Act 2020.

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RBK Chartered Accountants and RDP Associates presented a webinar in March 2021 on R&B Tax Credits & Grants. Presenters were Fiona Murphy, International Tax & Business Advisory Partner with RBK and Brian Cookson, President & Managing Director, RDP Associates.

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Fiona Murphy, Tax Partner, presented on Budget 2021 at the Budget Webinar held on Wednesday, 14th October 2020.

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Tax Issue - April 2020 447.46 KB

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R&D Tax Credit Regime 511.35 KB

An overview of the key features of Ireland’s R&D Tax Credit regime and how the relief operates for companies engaged in qualifying R&D activities.

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