As part of the Mazars’ Thriving through change series, we are delighted to invite you to a breakfast briefing on ‘COVID-19: Implications for the mobile workforce and international tax”
With many employees coming to work in Ireland as short-term business travellers, short and long-term assignees, this can cause headaches for payroll professionals from a PAYE and PRSI perspective. COVID-19 has heightened these issues and created new ones! These issues can, in turn, create corporate tax issues and opportunities for the current financial period.
Who should attend?
Finance Directors, Financial Controllers, HR, Payroll, and Finance Managers
Ken Killoran – Tax Partner, Employment Tax & Global Mobility Tax Services, Mazars
Ken specialises in advising international companies in relation to the PAYE and PRSI implications of employees coming to and leaving Ireland. He also advises companies in relation to employment tax risks and benefits and on the taxation of all forms of employee remuneration in general.
Ken is a Chartered Tax Adviser. He joined Mazars in 2008. Prior to joining Mazars, Ken worked in one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms. Ken is a regular presenter on employment tax and global mobility issues.
Cormac Kelleher – International Tax Partner, Mazars
Cormac is an international tax partner, with a focus on inward investment. He specialises in cross border corporate structuring, transfer pricing and mergers and acquisitions. He has extensive experience in the areas of technology, real estate and financial services.
Cormac works with several owner-managed, listed and foreign-owned multinational businesses. He works closely with our overseas teams to ensure a seamless delivery for clients operating internationally and advises owners and their companies at each stage of their lifecycle.
A member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and the Irish Institute of Taxation, Cormac lectures on international tax issues both in Ireland and abroad, as well as contributing to various publications.
This webinar is free of charge, but booking online is essential.