13 episodes

Tax Talk – a podcast from the Irish Tax Institute which explores current issues in the world of taxation.

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    • 4.6 • 8 Ratings

Tax Talk – a podcast from the Irish Tax Institute which explores current issues in the world of taxation.

    Tax Talk EP 12: Budget 2023

    Tax Talk EP 12: Budget 2023

    In Episode 12 of Tax Talk, host Samantha McCaughren discusses Budget 2023 and its likely long-term impact with Irish Tax Institute President Colm Browne and economist Austin Hughes.

    • 35 min
    Tax Talk EP 11: New Irish Tax Institute President Colm Browne

    Tax Talk EP 11: New Irish Tax Institute President Colm Browne

    In episode 11 of Tax Talk, host Samantha McCaughren talks with Colm Browne, the new Irish Tax Institute President. They discuss Colm's work and various topics of interest in the world of tax.

    • 27 min
    Tax Talk EP 10: The R&D Tax Credit

    Tax Talk EP 10: The R&D Tax Credit

    In Episode 10 of Tax Talk, we examine the effectiveness of Ireland’s Research and Development (R&D) tax credit and the Institute’s submission on the credit to the Department of Finance earlier this year. Joining our host, Samantha McCaughren, are renowned tech investor, Elaine Coughlan, who is Managing Partner and Founder of technology fund Atlantic Bridge and is on the board of Scale Ireland; and Ian Collins, Tax Partner and Head of Innovation with EY.

    • 32 min
    Tax Talk EP 9: Commission on Taxation and Welfare Submission

    Tax Talk EP 9: Commission on Taxation and Welfare Submission

    In Episode 9 of Tax Talk, we explore some of the broad themes in the Institute’s recent submission to the Commission on Taxation and Welfare and consider the prospects for reform in the prevailing political climate.

    Our host, Samantha McCaughren is joined by:
    • Brian Brennan, Tax Partner with KPMG and Chair of the Irish Tax Institute’s Commission Working Group
    • Donal de Buitléir, long-time member of the Irish Tax Institute, secretary to the Commission on Tax that sat in the early 1980s, former assistant secretary in Revenue and a prominent figure in public policy and administration.
    • Lucinda Creighton, former Minister of State for European Affairs, public affairs consultant, and columnist.

    • 31 min
    Tax Talk EP 8: Excellence in GAA and Tax

    Tax Talk EP 8: Excellence in GAA and Tax

    In Episode 8 of Tax Talk, host Samantha McCaughren talks to three members of the Irish Tax Institute who are among country’s most talented and best-known GAA stars.

    Current Meath All-Ireland senior football champion Aoibhín Cleary, former Dublin footballer Cian O’Sullivan, and former Kerry footballer and Australian Rules player Tommy Walsh have all reached the pinnacle of the game, and if that wasn’t impressive enough, they have done it while studying, training and working in tax.

    In this episode, they discuss their paths to tax, how they manage to excel both on and off the field, and much more.

    • 31 min
    Tax Talk EP 7: Budget 2022

    Tax Talk EP 7: Budget 2022

    In Episode 7 of Tax Talk, host Samantha McCaughren and an expert panel take a more reflective look at last week’s Budget, the implications of major recent changes in international tax, and the strategic direction the Government should be taking to underpin the remarkable economic recovery which is gathering pace.

    Joining Samantha to discuss these topics and more are Karen Frawley, President of the Irish Tax Institute; Stephen Gahan of ODG Advisory; and Austin Hughes, Chief Economist at KBC Bank.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

DublinPodcastFan ,

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Great podcast. Very informative.

pinguspongus ,

Sporadic to say the least

Lots happening in the Irish tax arena currently , disappointing that the Institute does not have a consistent voice on these issues.

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