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Withholding Taxes in Ireland

Updated on Monday 27th February 2017

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Withholding-Taxes-in-Ireland.jpgCompanies registered in Ireland are required to pay a set of withholding taxes, as imposed under the applicable legislation. The withholding taxes are applied on a different taxation scheme in accordance with the residency of the respective companies. Investors who want to open a company in Ireland should know that if the respective business will qualify as a resident company, it will no longer be required to pay a withholding tax on dividends. Our team of specialists in company formation in Ireland can offer an in-depth presentation on the main regulations available for withholding taxes
 

Paying withholding taxes in Ireland  

 
The withholding taxes in Ireland are applicable to resident and non-resident companies, as well as on resident natural persons. The withholding taxes are applicable for the following: 
 
dividends
interest;
patents;
royalties. 
 
The applicable rate for withholding taxes in Ireland is set up at 20%, the only exception being made for the payment of dividends paid by resident companies, which are exempted from this tax
 
Foreign investors interested in company formation in Ireland should know that the exemption is available for recipient Irish resident companies, but also for non-resident companies which qualify under the Patent- Subsidiary Directive, on which our team of agents in company registration in Ireland can offer more details. 
 

Exemptions from paying the withholding tax in Ireland  

 
When discussing about the withholding tax on dividends in Ireland, there are several exemptions which can apply, provided that all the requirements are completed by the recipient. 
 
Investors interested in the procedure of company registration in Ireland must know that they can be exempted from paying the withholding tax on dividends if they are the direct beneficiaries of one of the double taxation treaties signed by the Irish authorities
 
Thus, non-resident companies which are registered in one of the European Union’s member states, as well as those with which Ireland has signed a treaty for the avoidance of double taxation are entitled to the exemption from the withholding tax on dividends. The regulation is applicable as long as the respective company is not managed by Irish residents
 
Businessmen interested in finding out more details on the regulations available for other types of Irish withholding taxes are invited to contact our team of company registration consultants in Ireland.  
 
 

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  • Brian 2017-02-27

    Thank you for the information!

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