National Recovery Plan - Effects in the Workplace

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 2 December 2010
Ken Killoran
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The National Recovery Plan 2011 – 2014, unveiled by the Government ahead of the budget on 7 December, aims to restore order to the public finances and boost competitiveness. The four-year plan sets out the key reform measures the Government will take to return our economy to growth and restore the confidence of consumers, businesses and the international community.

We asked Ken Killoran, Manager - Taxation Advisory Services at Mazars, a professional services firm, to set out the main impact that the Plan is likely to have in Irish workplaces.

It is expected that the following taxation measures impacting in the workplace will be introduced over the next four years:

1. Tax incentives and

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