A Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and an AITI Chartered Tax Advisor, CTA, Ronan specialises in international tax. He assists Irish companies seeking to expand their businesses abroad as well as overseas companies acquiring or establishing businesses in Ireland.
Ronan works with companies of all sizes, from owner managed businesses to quoted multinationals. He also advises investors and developers on the tax-efficient structuring of their overseas property acquisitions.
Ronan has extensive experience of VAT on international property transactions and holds a Certificate in VAT from the Irish Taxation Institute. He lectures for the Irish Taxation Institute.
Talent – Current Trends, HR and Tax Considerations of Global Mobility 3.75 MB
This event, the fourth in our Lunchtime Series, focused on the current challenges in the labour market and explored the Tax and HR considerations of global mobility. The current market demands that employers do everything they can to attract the best and most diverse talent. Employee mobility has become a key element of the way we work and achieving high levels of retention, now that we are working in a mobile, agile and dynamic world of work. RBK Chartered Accountants, together with Mike McDonagh, Director of Sigmar Recruitment Consultants Limited, Yvonne Clarke, HR Solutions Manager with RBK and Ronan McGivern, International Tax & Business Advisory Partner, RBK, shared practical insights and provide guidance in relation to the recruitment of an international workforce. In line with the demand for talent, in an ever-increasing competitive market, it is essential that employers consider the Tax and HR implications to on-boarding overseas employees.Download
RBK Global Employer Solutions - New Employee On-Boarding Process 1.28 MB
Our Global Employer Solutions team have developed a comprehensive new employee on-boarding brochure which contains a step by step guide for individuals taking up employment in the Republic of Ireland. The brochure provides useful information regarding PPS number (akin to a Tax Identification Number) applications which are extremely important for both Irish tax and social security purposes. There is also a complete visual guide on registration for Revenue’s MyAccount system which will allow employees to register employments and allocate credits. This is a very useful tool for employees coming to Ireland to take up employment, whether on a temporary assignment or relocating permanently. All these steps are necessary to ensure a smooth on-boarding of employees and to avoid the imposition of emergency tax.Download
Doing Business in Ireland 2022 5.82 MB
RBK are delighted to share our Doing Business in Ireland Guide 2022 which has been updated to incorporate new measures introduced in Finance Act 2021.Download
Brexit VAT & Customs Update - April 2022 1.97 MB
At the second event in RBK's Lunchtime Series, we took at look at Brexit, One Year On - What have we learned?Irish & UK VAT and Customs – Common Pitfalls and Practical Solutions.Speakers included Nigel Roberts, Director of VAT & Indirect Taxes at Scotland's largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, Johnston Carmichael, Brian McNamara, Managing Director of customs clearance experts, Swiftfile and RBK's Ronan McGivern, International Tax & Business Advisory Partner who shared practical insights and provided guidance in relation to Irish VAT, UK VAT and Customs considerations.Download
Commercial Property Update 6.53 MB
The First event in RBK's Lunchtime Series, we took at look at what is happening in the Commercial Property market. In particular, we explored current trends in the market as well as the legal and tax implications of commercial property transactions, including lease surrenders, variations and potential pitfalls. Speakers included James Nugent, Senior Director, Investments and Offices at Lisney who provided an industry overview of what they are seeing in the market, Roisin Bennett, Head of Property at Reddy Charlton Solicitors who provided an insight into topical legal considerations in relation to commercial lettings, including the impact of recent caselaw and RBK’s Sinead McMahon who addressed a number of tax implications of lease variations and some common traps and pitfalls.Download
Doing Business in Ireland 2021 5.49 MB
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.Download
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