The International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) is an area of central Dublin and part of the CBD established in the 1980s as an urban regeneration area and special economic zone (SEZ) on the derelict state owned former port authority lands of the reclaimed North Wall and George's Dock areas of the Dublin Docklands. The term has become a metonym for the Irish financial services industry as well as being used as an address and still being classified as an SEZ.
It officially began in 1987 as an SEZ on an 11-hectare docklands site in central Dublin, with EU approval to apply a 10% corporate tax rate for "designated financial services activities". Before the expiry of this EU approval in 2005, the Irish Government legislated to effectively have a national flat rate by reducing the overall Irish corporate tax rate from 32% to 12.5% which was finally introduced in 2003.
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m beary | Oct 8, 2017
Whether you are just starting your family tree research or well along you'll get much deeper into your ancestral origins here. Guides help you use online resources and you will surely leave with certificates of birth, marriage, and death for numerous members of your family tree. You might also discover land holdings, values and locations. I was able to purchase 2 one-hour sessions with a genealogist which were very informative and productive and a real catalyst for my research - thanks Patrick!
Ann McDonnell | Jan 31, 2018
Really enjoyed this experience. Very well done
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Fernando Castro | Feb 17, 2017
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