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会社名 IRSA Inversiones y Representaciones S.A. (Argentina) (IRSA INVERSION)
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業種 小売_食品販売_流通   金融(Financials)
概要 アイアルエスエー・インバーショネス・ワイ・リプレゼンテーションズ(Irsa Inversiones y Representaciones SA)は不動産会社である。同社は直接的・間接的に子会社・ジョイントベンチャーを通して、アルゼンチンにおいてショッピングセンターの買収・開発・運営、住宅地の開発・売却、オフィス・ショッピングセンター以外のレンタル用不動産の取得・開発、高級ホテルの取得・運営、未来開発・売却用の未開拓保留地の取得及びアルゼンチン以外での指定された不動産投資などを含む各種の不動産関連活動に携わる。同社は不動産開発・販売、オフィス・ショッピングセンター以外の不動産、ショッピングセンター、ホテル運営、消費者金融及び金融事業・その他の6つの事業区分を運営する。平成24年6月30日現在、同社はBanco Hipotecario S.A.の29.77%持分を保有した。  IRSAインベルシオネス・イ・レプレセンタシオネスは、アルゼンチンの不動産投資会社。不動産の買収、開発、販売を手掛ける。ポ―トフォリオは商業ビル、ショッピングセンタ―、小売店舗、オフィス不動産、住宅用不動産、高級ホテルなどで構成される。本社はブエノスアイレス。  
本社所在地 Bolivar 108 1st Floor Buenos Aires C1066AAD ARG
代表者氏名 Eduardo Sergio Elsztain
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer
電話番号 +54 11-4323-7400
設立年月日 15797
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 1771人
url www.irsa.com.ar
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EBITDA (百万ドル) 250.30200
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 (百万ドル) 603.46120
売上高 (百万ドル) 848.73830
企業価値(EV) (百万ドル) 4709.84120
当期純利益 (百万ドル) -272.04760
決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 31 December 2018 Irsa Inversiones y Rprsntcins SA (ADR) revenues increased 17% to P$27.88B. Net loss before extraordinary items totaled P$5.99B vs. income of P$8.47B. Revenues reflect Shopping Centers segment increase of 32% to P$8.76B Telecommunications segment increase of 11% to P$15.64B Israel (Country) segment increase of 19% to P$22.15B.

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   Executor Seeks Refund of Fiduciary Income Taxes, and The Application of Iqbal/Twombly to Defensive Pleadings in Tax Cases  2021/09/04 00:46:25 JD Supra
The executor of the Estate of Tamir Sapir is seeking a refund of more than $25 million of fiduciary income tax alleged to have been overpaid to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). While the refund suit is currently teed up before a federal district court, the estate sought judgment on the pleadings, attempting to seize on the governments sparse affirmative-defense pleading. The case addresses a question on which federal courts have split: Whether a heightened-pleading standarda la the By: Freeman Law
   End Repeal by Delay in the IRS Whistleblower Program  2021/09/03 19:28:36 JD Supra
In 2006 Congress passed a qui tam whistleblower . It covered both tax frauds and underpayments, and also targeted illegal and undeclared offshore accounts secretly held by thousands of U.S. taxpayers. The law promised whistleblowers who turned in major tax frauds compensation modelled on the . If a whistleblower filed original information that resulted in the collection of taxes he or she would be rewarded based on the amount of the recovery. The bigger the fraud, the bigger the sanction, By: Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto LLP
   CBO: Bidens IRS Proposal Could Yield About $200B in Revenue  2021/09/03 19:19:19 PYMNTS
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says it has concluded its analysis of a proposal by the White House to increase spending on IRS enforcement activity by $80 billion between 2022 and 2031. According to a recent blog post from the CBO, this funding increase would yield revenues of about $200 billion over that 10-year period. []
   Compromising with the IRS  2021/09/03 19:14:58 JD Supra
Many people end up owing the IRS for many reasons and there are various options to resolve your tax debt. Some of the options include an offer in compromise, installment agreement, or currently non-collectible status. By: Gray Reed
   Renaissance Technology settles with IRS over options use in Medallion Fund  2021/09/03 16:41:15 Pensions & Investments
Renaissance Technologies executives will pay $6.8 billion in an IRS settlement over past options use in the firm''s flagship Medallion Fund.
   When will child tax credit payments start? Checks set to roll out in July, IRS says  2021/05/03 13:50:40 USA Today
In July, the IRS will begin sending monthly payments of $250 or $300 to low- and moderate-income families who qualify for the child tax credit.
   Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says Americans can expect a 'big return' from Biden's $4.1 trillion spending proposal  2021/05/02 20:35:18 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen reiterated her support for President Joe Biden's spending plans on Sunday, pitching the measures as strong investments in the country's future. The president on Wednesday rolled out a $1.8 trillion spending proposal that includes funding for paid family and medical leave, universal pre-K, and childcare. The measure follows the March passage of Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package and joins the president's $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan as his latest step in big-government economic policy. Republicans and some moderate Democrats have balked at the follow-up plans cost, saying the measures would dangerously inflate the government's debt pile. Yellen countered on NBC's " Meet The Press ," saying it's a better time than ever to spend on such projects. "We're in a good fiscal position. Interest rates are historically low… and it's likely they'll stay that way into the future," the Treasury Secretary said. "I believe that we should pay for these historic investments.
   IRS Extends Tax Deadlines for Alabama and Kentucky Storm Victims  2021/04/30 10:00:00 Kiplinger
Following FEMA's recent disaster declaration for severe storms in Alabama and Kentucky, victims of the storms in those states get more time to file and pay taxes.
   One chart shows how IRS audits have collapsed over the past decade, as wealthy Americans increasingly hide billions from the taxman  2021/04/28 17:47:53 Business Insider
Summary List Placement To help fund his American Families Plan, President Joe Biden has proposed going after wealthy Americans who evade taxes. The administration has proposed sending $80 billion to the Internal Revenue Service over the next decade — a big boost compared to a current annual budget of about $12 billion. This comes after years of disinvestment in the IRS and, as a result, vast underenforcement of tax laws. Between 2010 and 2020, the IRS reported that it eliminated more than 33,378 full-time positions, while IRS audits dropped by 42% between 2010 and 2017. Republicans have successfully pushed IRS budget cuts for years, slashing its funding by more than one-fifth in 10 years, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. The share of returns for taxpayers making at least $1 million that face an IRS audit has dramatically plummeted over the last several years, according to the IRS' 2019 Data Book . The IRS noted in that report that audit rates from the last three years in the reported data are incomplete; those rates will very likely increase as new investigations are started in later years: !function(){"use strict";window.addEventListener("message",(function(a){if(void 0!==a.data["datawrapper-height"])for(var e in a.data["datawrapper-height"]){var t=document.getElementById("datawrapper-chart-"+e)||document.querySelector("iframe[src*='"+e+"']");t&&(t.style.height=a.data["datawrapper-height"][e]+"px")}}))}(); Wealthier Americans are much likelier to underpay or avoid taxes.
   Biden's boost to IRS funding means the wealthy could soon be hiding only hundreds of billions per year  2021/04/28 12:42:01 Business Insider
Summary List Placement As part of his plan to hold the wealthy and corporations accountable, President Joe Biden hopes to boost Internal Revenue Service funding by $80 billion over 10 years, The New York Times reported on Tuesday. This new funding would be a two-thirds increase over funding levels from the past decade, but it could still leave hundreds of billions in taxes uncollected every year, Insider calculates, based on figures reported by the Times and comments from the IRS chief to Congress. The Times cited an administration estimate that Biden's plan could raise at least $780 billion over 10 years to narrow the gap between what the US is owed and what it collects, while IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig told Congress earlier this month that $1 trillion or more in taxes could be going uncollected every year. Dividing that $780 billion by 10 years implies an average boost to collections of $78 billion per year — meaning about $922 billion of that hypothetical $1 trillion would still go uncollected.
   Talking With the Taxpayer Advocate: The IRS Is Under Stress  2021/03/24 19:39:29 Kiplinger
The pandemic and new stimulus-driven responsibilities are straining IRS resources.
   2 ways to find the amount of your first and second stimulus checks - CNET  2021/03/24 19:00:25 CNET
Hint: If you lost the letter from the IRS, you have options. We'll tell you what you need to know.
   Tax Rules for Buying and Selling Bitcoin and Other Crypto  2021/03/24 15:44:18 Entrepreneur
The IRS has given guidance twice on cryptocurrency tax issues.
   All your questions about a 3rd stimulus check answered  2021/03/24 15:13:35 Business Insider
Summary List Placement A third round of stimulus checks is on its way to Americans. The check is the largest yet: up to $1,400 per person and $2,800 per married couple. The checks are part of a $1.9 trillion economic relief package called the American Rescue Plan. Calculate your third stimulus check payment » President Joe Biden approved a massive coronavirus relief package that includes a third round of direct cash payments to households, referred to as stimulus checks . The proposed checks are larger than the previous two rounds and will pay up to $1,400 to individuals — including dependents of any age — and $2,800 to married couples. Here are answers to some of the most common questions about stimulus checks . Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky #div-gpt-ad-1579713650634-1 > div > iframe { width: 100% !important; min-width: 300px; max-width: 595px; } window.googletag = window.googletag || { cmd: [] }; googletag.cmd.push(function () { googletag.defineSlot('/1035677/Business_Insider_', [[1, 1], [300, 139], [595, 139], [300, 250], [595, 250], [300, 360], [595, 360], [300, 475], [595, 475]], 'div-gpt-ad-1579713650634-1') .addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads().enableSingleRequest(); googletag.pubads().setTargeting('category', ["Banking"]).setTargeting('subcat', ["Savings Accounts"]).setTargeting('post_id', []) .setTargeting('post_url', []) .setTargeting('keyword', []) .setTargeting('company-product', []) .setTargeting('post_title', []); googletag.enableServices(); }); googletag.cmd.push(function () { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1579713650634-1'); }); Where is my third stimulus check?
   Sorry, you might have to return your stimulus payment to the IRS. Here's why and how - CNET  2021/03/24 13:00:11 CNET
Some people may have to send back some or all of a stimulus payment, depending on specific circumstances. Here's how to find out if you're one of them.

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