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About Purcell McQuillan

Purcell McQuillan Tax Partners was established in 2001. The firm has a team of highly experienced tax professionals, who are experts in all areas of taxation and advise on all tax related transactions.

With our expertise, experience and qualifications we pride ourselves that our clients have one lead contact and we have the knowledge to identify and provide practical solutions to any tax issues that arise.

Our clients are drawn from the entire business spectrum and include large corporates, family owned business, professional partnerships, medical consultancy, high net worth individuals and business executives. We also provide taxation services to clients of accountancy and legal firms.

Our Mission

Our aim is to provide focused proactive taxation and business advisory services tailored to suit each client’s commercial needs.

We will work closely with our clients to deliver an outstanding tax service.

Client Services

Our philosophy is to understand our client’s business in order to provide expert solutions that are timely, practical and relevant.

Each client has one lead contact in the firm who co-ordinates the specialist areas of our team members in order to provide the best advice possible.

Specialist Areas

In addition to a full knowledge of income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax, value added tax, gift/inheritance tax and stamp duties, we specialise in:

  • Estate planning
  • Tax planning in a downturn
  • Advice on tax based investments in difficulties
  • Taxation for executives
  • Tax compliance service including the high earners restriction and the domicile levy
  • Revenue audits and investigations
  • Structuring foreign investments
  • Inward investment to Ireland
  • Company sales, reorganisations, reconstructions and amalgamations
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Property transactions, including tax based transactions and property development generally
  • Gift/inheritance tax planning
  • Value added tax
  • Expatriate taxation and the remittance basis of assessment
  • Stamp duty on property and business transactions