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VAT Compensation Scheme for Charities

The Revenue Commissioners have introduced a VAT Compensation Scheme for Charities, to reduce the VAT burden and to partially compensate charities for VAT incurred in the day-to-day running of the charitable activities. To be eligible for the scheme the charity[...]

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4 Steps To Take Control Of Your Working Day

When you first set up your business, did you have great plans to work on your business but now find that the majority of your time is spent working in your business? If you find this to be true then[...]

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Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB) – Are You Registered?

As a landlord to an Irish property you are legally required, under The Residential Tenancies Act 2004, to register your private residential tenancies with the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB), which was established in 2004.  The three main functions of[...]

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PAYE/PRSI – Key Points to Note for Company Directors and Self Employed Individuals.

As a small business owner you will be preparing for the submission of your PAYE/PRSI P.35 Annual Return, which is due for submission to the Revenue Commissioner on or before 15th February 2015, with an extension to 23rd February if[...]

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RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANIES – ANNUAL REPORT AND SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS

In 2011 the introduction of the Multi-Unit Development Act (MUD Act) brought with it much needed regulation and guidance for the ownership and establishment of residential property management companies in relation to multi-unit developments in Ireland.  A multi-unit development is[...]

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Corporation Tax Concessions for Residential Property Management Companies

As a not for profit organisation, residential property management companies can apply to the Revenue Commissioners, on an annual basis, for a concession from completion and submission of a Corporation Tax Return Form CT1.  While these companies may not be[...]

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Top 6 Benefits In Kind (BIK)

 A Benefit In Kind (BIK) is a benefit provided by the employer which is in addition to an employee’s salary.  All Benefits in Kind (BIK) are subject to PAYE, PRSI and USC.  BIK are taxed as notional pay and are[...]

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Social Media as a Strategic Tool for Owner Managed Businesses

Is your business up to date with Social Media?  Some business owners feel they are behind as they do not have a website; however they are now being told they are behind because they are not on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook[...]

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Your Business Can Benefit From Small Business Grants

As our economy continues to recover many small business owners are looking to rejuvenate their business to ensure they take full advantage of the increasing markets.  As with any opportunity there will be a level of investment required by the[...]

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5 Sources Of Finance Now that The Economy Is Picking Up

Raising finance for your business has not been easy over the past few years; however it would seem that the economic climate in Ireland is starting to change for the better.  There is a general consensus that the public is[...]

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