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It can be stressful trying to understand your tax obligations when you are working and living abroad as an expat.

We can save you time and money by providing expert tax advice specific to your circumstances.

We tailor our advice to your specific circumstances and income streams to ensure you get a clear understanding of how you are taxed. We recommend tax planning strategies where possible to ensure you claim all available reliefs and exemptions.

Some of our existing clients include:

  • returning and new emigrants who have recently moved to Ireland and who need to understand how their foreign income and assets will be taxed
  • individuals who are departing Ireland and who need to understand how they will be taxed while non-resident
  • remote workers who are living in Ireland but working for an overseas employer on a foreign employment contract
  • returning emigrants who want to set-up a business in Ireland and need to understand the tax issues for consideration
  • non-resident landlords who need help ensuring they keep their taxes up-to-date in Ireland to avoid unnecessary penalties and fines
  • expats living in Ireland who have an overseas foreign pension

We can clarify your tax residency position, advise on your entitlement to relief from double taxation and provide advice on how you are taxed as an expat. 


Additionally, if you require assistance with Tax Return Services in your home location we have partnered with Registered Tax Agents in the following locations:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • UK
  • United States
  • Netherlands

We also offer Global Mobility Services for employers who need to relocate employees internationally.


Stephanie is an award-winning international and expatriate tax specialist with over a decade’s experience. She is a KPMG trained Chartered Tax Adviser and Chartered Accountant.

Stephanie is one of those tax professionals you need in your life: she grasps complex technical concepts and explains it in a way that is clear and easy to understand. Her knowledge of tax not only crosses geographical and jurisdictional borders, she is across many aspects of tax that would typically be covered by different segments in a larger professional practice, including income tax, corporate taxes, capital gains and inheritance taxes. She is comfortable analysing cross-border tax implications including the ability to use double tax treaties.

Stephanie’s manner is highly professional and personable.