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The Supernanny Tax

Recently, the Revenue Commissioners have collected approximately €61million in taxes, penalties and interest during their ongoing investigation of over 800 medical consultants. It is believed that there was a significant underpayment of taxes…

PAYE UP

In recent years life and business have been taking a turn for the seemingly more convenient with it becoming increasingly easy to complete important tasks and meet deadlines remotely or via phone. Banking too became more convenient with online…

Offshore Disclosure Notification

It can often be difficult to remain abreast of changes to procedures in the financial sector if your business is not operating within this sector. Unfortunately it is essential to be aware of any changes which may affect your business operations. The…

Voluntary Strike off VS Liquidation

Unfortunately, it is not always prudent or financially viable to keep your business going. To assist you if this is the case, we will today be discussing two ways in which your company can be formally closed down. We will be focusing on Voluntary…

TIS THE SEASON TO FILE TAXES

Fa la la la la la la la lateness carries penalties. Sorry, once the Christmas lights go up these things take on a life of their own. We are all aware of how urgent it is to ensure that our taxes are filed and the penalties which can apply in…

DON'T FEAR THE TAX MAN

Don’t Fear the Reaper…I mean Taxman   Whilst the temperatures have plummeted in recent days (the weather outside, is indeed frightful), things are certainly set up for tax evasion investigations in Ireland. The recent push towards…

OVERVIEW BUDGET 2017

Continuing the trend over the last number of years, much of the budget details have already been leaked. And while the economy has performed relatively well this year, the room for manoeuvre was flagged as being limited. Overall the budget favours…

THE BRUISED APPLE

You would have been hard pushed to miss the recent upset in the taxation camp in the last couple of days as it was announced that a ruling took place on August 30th in relation to the tax arrangements of tech giants Apple in Ireland, the ruling…

WHOSE CASH IS IT ANYWAY?

In recent weeks, we have talked quite a lot about the current funding options available for Irish Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). As SMEs continue to become a large part of the Irish economy during the recovery, their funding has been an…

TAX BACK: WHAT’S THE CRAIC?

Claiming tax which you have overpaid is a common concern for most workers, yet it is one that is often overlooked. Each of us either know someone or is the person who is most likely to say “I think I have overpaid tax, I will definitely…