Employment Share Schemes – Now is the time to act for employers/employees Monday, 17 October 2022 In the most recent budget, Revenue announced that they are stepping up their efforts to fight non-compliance from employees, focusing their attention on employment share schemes. This targeted project is expected to yield additional Exchequer receipts to the […]
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Property Investment and Taxation Buy to let involves investing in property with the expectation of capital growth with the rental income from tenants covering the mortgage costs and any outgoings. However the gross return from buy to let properties, the rent less expenses, can change. Investors also need to take a view on the likelihood […]
Keep Your Receipts This means keeping receipts of all your medical expenses, doctor’s visits, and work-related expenses if you’re self-employed. Revenue carries out spot checks for up to six years, so you’ll need to keep your receipts for at least this amount of time. Avail of all the tax credits available to you Tax credits […]
Relationship Brake up If you and your partner have recently split up, tax is an area that you may need to consider. For a couple that is married or has a Civil Partnership, the tax status for the couple (jointly assessed, separately assessed, or singly assessed) before the relationship ends is important. If […]