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  • International Package

    • 12.5% Corporation Tax

      Our 12.5% Tax rate for relevant trading activities in Ireland is low and attractive when compared to most other countries.

    • Company Set-Up in 3-5 working Days Minimum Share Capital (€100)

      Premier Formations recommend an Issued or fully paid up Share Capital of €100 made up of 100 shares of €1 each.

    • R & D Tax Credits

      Your companies activities may qualify for the R&D Tax Credit which will reduce the Corporation Tax liability even further.

    Company Formation Ireland now makes it easy to set up your new company

    Company Formation Ireland have gained considerable experience and know-how through the many non-resident company formations we have undertaken for Ireland applications.

    Through this, Company Formation Ireland has quickly built-up a reputation as one of the leading lights in the company formation industry. We work with a multitude of clients, small and large, not only confined just to Ireland, but we have also built up a portfolio of non-Irish resident company formations.

    Why not take advantage of our easy-to-use dedicated non-resident company registration package?

    With a wealth of knowledge and experience, we can provide an all-inclusive suite of company formation services.

    Company Formation Ireland removes any stress you may have with registering your business yourself and makes it easy to open your company in Ireland. We would add that the service we offer looking after all your paperwork and administration is available irrespective of whether you are resident in Ireland or not

    After you contact us and provide us with your instructions and details, we will speedily get on with the task of providing the company incorporation for you.

    Why not telephone or email us today for more information on how we can professionally manage all your company formation requirements.

    Non-resident company formation in Ireland

    By far the most popular types of business organisations currently operating in Ireland are limited companies. Company Formation Ireland has over 17 years’experience incorporating companies in Ireland.

    You do not need approval to operate a company in Ireland if you are a foreign national of the European Economic Area (EEA) or if you are from Switzerland.

    If you are a non-EEA national and you want to trade in Ireland, you can still incorporate a company or business in Ireland providing you have permission from the Minister for Justice and Equality.

    Non-Irish residents’ private limited company

    We can assist any foreign individual in setting up a company as an Irish limited company that is fully compliant with the Irish Companies Acts, but you may need the following supplementary services, both of which we can provide you with:

    • An S43 Irish insurance policy bond will have to be provided if you are a non-EEA (European Economic Area) or Swiss resident limited company director
    • A registered office address for your new limited company.

    Company permits and start-ups

    There are bespoke Immigrant Investor Programmes and Start-up Entrepreneur Programmes available to non-nationals in Ireland.

    If you are looking to start a retail, catering, personal services or similar business you must apply via the Business Permission Scheme.

    All European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and Swiss nationals are allowed to work in Ireland without a work permit.

    Non-EEA nationals will require different types of permission dependent on their individual situation, so please get in touch with us with your own precise requirements with regards to registering a company in Ireland.

    Corporation Tax

    A non-resident company operating a business in Ireland will have to pay corporation tax only on their income from Irish sales. Non-resident companies are obliged under law to state their country of residence as well as the name and address of any eligible company in business in Ireland.All Irish-incorporated companies became resident companies under the Finance Act, 1999.

    There are, however, some exceptions to this regulation in response to multinational companies that established themselves in Ireland. The main exceptions in connection with the Finance Act, 1999 are:

    • Any Irish-incorporated company that is resident in a treaty country but not resident in Ireland will be viewed as non-resident in Ireland. Ireland current has double tax treaties with 44 countries
    • Any Irish-incorporated company which is controlled by the resident of another EU member state, or in one of the countries Ireland currently has a double tax agreement with and which carries on a trade in Ireland,can continue as a non-resident.

    Any organisation from overseas planning to set up business in Ireland needs to give early thought to the method its venture will be structured so as to avoid unnecessary taxes both in Ireland and back in their country of origin.

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