The Revenue Commissioners have issued guidance which sets out the VAT treatment of transactions concerning the transfer of money.
Transactions are defined according to the purpose and nature of the service provided and…
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect from May 2018 replacing the existing data protection framework. Are you preparing for GDPR? Here are 10 tips to consider:
1. Have you created awareness?
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The Court of Appeal has overturned last year’s High Court ruling and has agreed with Revenue that the Non Principal Private Residence (NPPR) charge is not a deductible expense for landlords against rental profits.
The annual NPPR charge…
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Budget 2018 introduced a Charities VAT Compensation Scheme. This will take effect from 1 January 2018 but will be paid one year in arrears i.e. in 2019 charities will be able to reclaim some element of the VAT costs arising in 2018.
Cuts to the two middle rates of Universal Social Charge – 2.5% rate cut to 2%; 5% rate cut to 4.75%.
Incomes of €13,000 or less are exempt from the USC. Otherwise, rates are as follows:
Income € Rate
Budget 2018 was delivered by Minister Donohoe in the continuing context of an Irish economy in good shape and with strong and sustainable future growth predicted. However, with potential Brexit headwinds forecast and…
Are you aware of the rent a room relief? If you let a room in your home, the income you receive may be exempt from tax.
If your gross rental income does not exceed the exemption limit below, you do not pay Income Tax, Pay Related Social Insurance…
Finance Act 2015 amended the VAT treatment of education and vocational training. The amendment was to ensure that Irish VAT legislation reflects judgements of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
The wording of the amended legislation…
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The Companies Act 2014 commenced on the 1st June 2015.
The Act consolidates and reforms existing Irish Company Law into a single piece of understandable legislation, bringing changes that will affect every company.
We set out as follows what…
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