At RBK our experienced tax professionals address the ever changing and increasingly complex needs of a diverse client base.
We provide innovative and tailored tax solutions for every stage of your personal and business lifecycle.
Whether you are just starting out, expanding into new markets, selling your business or passing it on to the next generation, our advisors will help you to structure your affairs efficiently.
RBK’s membership of LEA Global means that we can also co-ordinate the provision of international tax advice should your business require it.
Our tax services include:
Whether you run a small owner managed businesses or a quoted multinational, RBK can help you to structure your affairs efficiently.
RBK’s personal taxation service will help you manage your personal tax affairs efficiently and minimise your future tax exposure.
With almost 60 years’ experience supporting Irish family businesses, RBK will help you make the best decisions for your business and your family.
VAT is a complex tax that can be costly if it is not calculated correctly. RBK VAT advisors will ensure your business manages its VAT affairs efficiently.
When you are planning to transfer your assets to the next generation, RBK will advise you on the most tax efficient way to achieve your objectives.
When you want to expand your business or invest overseas, RBK can open doors in more than 106 countries. We also advise international investors entering Ireland.
Since 2004, certain Research & Development activities qualify for an R&D tax credit. RBK’s specialist R&D team will advise you on your claim.
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Our April Tax Issue focuses solely on the recent Covid 19 Tax Related Measures, which are primarily designed to assist businesses manage cashflows during the Covid 19 Pandemic. We also highlight some other areas to consider in terms of tax planning in these unprecedented times.Download
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