The Meath Chronicle reports this week on the Revenue visit to over 70 business premises in Oldcastle in a one day blitz. They viewed the visit as so successful that they plan to visit another town within the next month While a majority of the business premises were found to be tax compliant, there were some … Read moreREVENUE BLITZ ON OLDCASTLE CO MEATH
Revenue are investigating sales of overseas property by irish residents according to the Sunday Business Post. If you have investment property in Ireland or abroad, it is worthwhile spending some time checking that you are tax compliant. For tax purposes it is necessary to keep a record of all rental income received and all expenses … Read moreRENTAL INCOME
The Minister of Finance Brian Lenihan has announced that the budget will be held on Tuesday 7th December 2010.
When an individual decides to set up a business, one of the most important decisions to be made is whether to trade as a sole trader/partnership or as a limited company. What’s best depends on individual circumstances and the nature of the business. Sole traders are taxed under the self employed provisions. They prepare accounts for … Read moreSOLE TRADER or LIMITED COMPANY
The Sunday Business Post had an interesting article on the “Financial implications of being a couple” at the weekend The Civil Partnership Bill which will pass into law in the near future will bring big changes to the taxation status of cohabitees – both hetrosexual and same sex couples. They will be afforded the same … Read moreTAXATION AS A COUPLE