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Changes to Revenue Demand Letters

The Revenue Commissioners are updating their systems to make the collection of unpaid taxes more efficient and effective and taxpayers can expect to see significant changes in how they communicate with the Revenue Commissioners, in this regard, going forward. What[...]

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The 5 most common problems with PAYE Modernisation

PAYE Modernisation was officially implemented from 1st January 2019 and it is considered to be the most significant change in PAYE reporting since the 1960s. However, as with any significant reporting change, the implementation has been far from seamless. Here[...]

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Is your Irish business prepared for Brexit?

Does planning for Brexit seem like a daunting task for your business? Are you secretly hoping it will all just go away with a last minute decision? With Article 50 set to expire on 29th March and a crash-out scenario[...]

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No Deal Brexit – Are You At Risk?

Irish companies could be at risk of breaching Irish Company Law in the case of a No-Deal Brexit. The current law states that Irish companies must have at least one director who is a resident in the EU or EEA.[...]

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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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10 Main Highlights of Budget 2018

Welcome to Roberts Nathan’s 2018 Budget highlights, we’ve poured through what we felt was the Minister’s largely underwhelming budget to find the Top 10 Highlights for individuals and businesses. On Tuesday the 10th October 2017, Minister Paschal O ‘Donoghue delivered[...]

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New Childcare Scheme – Up to €80 per month for Parents of Young Children

New plans to help parents of young children will see families across the board receiving at least an extra €80 per month coming their way. This will have more than just social benefits, and the outlay – nearly €20m of[...]

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3 Key Points about the Earned Income Tax Credit

As the old saying goes…“there are only two things in life you can’t avoid – death and taxes!”, but are you sure you’ve been claiming all the credits you’re entitled to? 2016 saw the introduction of the Earned Income Tax[...]

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Restrictions on Rent Increases for Landlords

Since the end of last year, Irish landlords have been subject to stricter oversight and tighter regulations. The new measures are designed to protect tenants, but also to provide a braking effect on the rental market; recent rent increases have[...]

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Bittersweet: What will a sugar tax mean for fans of fizzies?

In response to overwhelming evidence that sugars, not fats, are the greatest dietary threat to public health, governments in the developed world are beginning to implement measures aimed at countering the obesity, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, metabolic and hormonal disorders,[...]

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