Ireland: Updated CRS filing guidelines, XML schema

Ireland: Updated CRS filing guidelines, XML schema

The Irish Revenue Commissioners published updated guidelines regarding the XML schema version 2.0 under the common reporting standard (CRS) regime.


Updates to the guidelines include:

  • Updated maximum length for various fields
  • CRS XML schema version 1.0. and user guide version 2.0 applicable for all exchanges, including correction reports, until 31 January 2021
  • CRS XML schema version 2.0. and user guide version 3.0 applicable for all DAC2-CRS reports, including correction reports, from 1 February 2021 onwards
  • Clarification to facilitate the migration to the new schema version 2.0 (revenue electronic filing system unavailable from 15 January 2021 until 31 January 2021 and then to re-open on 1 February 2021)

Read a December 2020 report [PDF 80 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Ireland

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