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The below post from Revenue provides an update to the tax clearance guidelines and procedures in Ireland and is taken form their site.  it contains details on changes to the Collection Manual and should be read if important to your business, e.g., you have non-resident employees. 

A link to the manual is also provided

A Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) is a written confirmation from Revenue that a person’s tax and customs affairs are in order at the date of issue of the certificate.

The Tax Clearance section in the Collection Manual on the Revenue website provides information on tax clearance issues, including current regulations, relevant criteria and forms together with contact details. It has been updated and amended as follows:

Point 5.3 – A current TCC is required by law for the operation of certain types of businesses. The schedule showing the legal basis for this requirement has been updated.

Point 11.4 – Updated Revenue contact details for non-resident applicants.

A new Appendix 3 has been added – Revised procedures for Tax Clearance in respect of Public Sector contracts, grants, subsidies and similar type payments.

(Source: Revenue)


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