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Why do I have to Pay Preliminary Tax?

Do you ever feel like you’re constantly paying tax? You’ve just paid for last year and now Revenue is asking for a payment for next year! Of course, remaining tax compliant is of utmost importance so you pay the liability[...]

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Six Important Questions You Need To Ask About Apple Pay

Apple Pay is ‘the next big thing’ for speed and convenience when making purchases. The service launched in Ireland last month, and Roberts Nathan has put together this quick guide!   1) What the heck is Apple Pay?! Apple Pay[...]

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Offshore Matters – 4 Target Areas

On the first of May, in just seven weeks’ time, a governmental amnesty will expire. Once May 1st passes, Revenue will initiate an enthusiastic clampdown on offshore assets. Their message between now and the end of April is clear: if[...]

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Did you know there is Tax Relief for Coeliacs and Diabetics?

Saturday morning, parents still in bed, you sneak downstairs hushing your little brother. You open and close the sitting room door like a ninja, run to your spot right in front of the tv and turn it on just in[...]

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Good News for First-Time Buyers!

Help to Buy Incentive for First-Time Buyers Once upon a time there were three little pigs, who decided it was time to gain some independence and move out of their parents’ house. However with tight budgets and rapidly rising property[...]

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Relevant Contracts Tax (RCT)

RCT is a withholding tax mechanism which applies to certain payments mainly within construction, forestry and meat processing operations.   What is RCT? RCT applies to payments made by a principal contractor to a subcontractor under a relevant contract (this[...]

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Thank Your Employees Tax Free This Festive Season…

‘Tis the season to be jolly…and generous! As Christmas approaches you may be looking for a way to thank your hard-working employees. But as we all know Christmas bonuses can be quite costly to employers, while employees don’t always receive[...]

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Don’t let Black Friday put you ‘In The Red’

We are all tempted by the convenience of online shopping and the potential savings to be made.  In recent years “Black Friday”, the name applied to the day after Thanksgiving in the USA when Christmas shopping traditionally commenced, together with[...]

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Clinton v Trump – An Alternative Irish Perspective

By the time this blog has been published we will know (hopefully – barring a coup) who has won the US election. It is undeniable that this has been the most talked about and aggressive election in the USA probably[...]

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VAT Invoicing

With Halloween just around the corner, the most frightening thought to small businesses and sole traders is the upcoming VAT return. VAT invoices, rates and credits – it’s the stuff of a true nightmare realm. So what exactly is VAT?[...]

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