In today’s globalised and interconnected world, many tax professionals leave their homes to settle in a new city, country or even continent. The global world holds wider opportunities for expats; however, many have second thoughts about relocating due to the fear of the unknown. Without doubt, the decision to emigrate is life-changing and many factors should be considered. Therefore, we think that finding your local community in Ireland can support your transition and can help you settle into your new home country.
The European hub for more than 1,000 multinational businesses, Ireland holds numerous opportunities for tax and transfer pricing expats looking to build their career internationally. Companies such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK, Genzyme and many more have based operations there and are constantly looking for a skilled and highly capable workforce to drive their success. In fact, Ireland is ranked as the second most attractive country for foreign direct investment following Singapore.
Statistics indicate that there were 535,475 non-Irish nationals living in Ireland (April 2016). From those living in Dublin, the expats with Polish, Romanian, UK, Brazilian, Italian, Spanish and French nationality were making more than half of the total 91,876 non-Irish living in Dublin in 2016.
A country report from expats’ eyes is presented below:
If you wish to connect with fellow expats living in Ireland, InterNations website is the right place for you. There you can also join exciting events to meet more international people and get tips about expat life in the country.
Get in touch with people with the same nationality, language and other cultural characteristics before making the move- feel at home abroad!
Information about the key Ireland expat communities previously mentioned is presented below:
• Polish Community
• Romanian Community
• British Community
• Brazilian Community
• Italian Community
• Spanish Community
• French Community
• South African Community
Apart from the EU nationals, the number of South Africans living in Ireland is also rapidly increasing. If you are looking to connect with South African compatriots, who can help you with the relocation and can answer all your questions to make the change easier for you, CLICK HERE
SOCIAL MEDIA CONNECTIONS
Facebook and Instagram hold numerous groups that might be worth following if you are planning to make a move to Hungary. Here are some links that you might find helpful:
– Facebook Groups:
– Instagram Pages:
If you are interested in a move to Ireland or anywhere else in the world and would like to speak to Kingpin International about international tax opportunities, please contact a member of the leadership team. Alternatively, please browse our current international tax vacancies.
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