Tax Information for Small Businesses in Ireland
Tax Information to Know
Film 481 Tax Relief
Section 481 tax relief allows a taxpayer to claim tax relief for an investment made in a qualifying company which has been established to produce either a television series or feature film in Ireland.
Self Employed And Earning Under €5k Per Year? PRSI Contributions Needed!
If you earn less than €5,000 from self-employment in a year you are exempt from PRSI, but you may pay €500 as a voluntary prsi contributions in order to protect your benefits in the future. You can choose to make voluntary contributions if you are no longer self-employed or if you continue to be […]
New Audit Exemptions 2015
As part of the provisions of the New Companies Act 2014 from June of 2015 (when the law is expected to take effect) there will be greater scope for audit exemptions for certain types of companies.
Personal Tax Rates In Ireland
Personal Tax rates and bands applicable to your personal circumstance in tax year 2013 and tax year 2014 Personal Circumstances 2013 2014 Single, Widowed or a Surviving Civil Partner without qualifying children €32,800 @ 20%, Balance @ 41% €32,800 @ 20%, Balance @ 41% Single, Widowed or a Surviving Civil Partner qualifying […]
Tax Schemes for Small Businesses In Ireland
There are many Tax Relief/Tax Incentive Schemes that many business professionals are not aware of and don't look closely at.
Local Property Tax 2015
The Local Property Charge (LPT) is coming due and is liable for payment on January 7th. The Local Property Charge is a self assessed tax based on the value of your home and is due every year as part of the governments property charge initiative.
Don't Leave Your Tax Return Until The Last Minute Again!
Are you one of the many who left it until the last minute to file your tax return this year?It doesn't have to be this way! Start Getting Organised Now For 2015!
Tax Returns for the Self Employed in Ireland
Tax returns must be submitted by both residents and non-residents with income in Ireland, unless they’re on PAYE and have no other source of income. The Irish tax year runs from 1st January to 31st December. You must file a tax return and pay any tax due (known as the ‘pay and file’ system) […]
Know The Tax Savings That Exist For Your Business
When most business owners hear tax or taxation their eyes usually gloss over and they will feign some minor level of interest in the discussion. Proper planning can save your business money and put resources back into the businesses coffers!
Budget 2015 Summary - Broadly Positive with Cautious Optimism!
Budget 2015 - Cautious Optimism Greets the Finance Ministers Announcements
Common Costly Tax Mistakes That Sting Your Business!
Because taxation is a largely overlook aspect of business there are a range of areas where business make costly error in their accounts and procedures.
5 Ways To Benefit From The New Companies Act 2014
Key Ways To Benefit From The New Companies Act 2014 As the New Companies Act 2014 has been signed into law and is due to be enacted in June 2015 now is the time to make yourself aware of the provisions of the new act and to learn how you can benefit from […]
Tax Returns Submissions 2015
The tax returns landscape is subject to change in 2015 with a return deadline mooted to change and a range of new PAYE workers being brought into the tax returns system for the first time with water charges rental property returns also raising the tax compliance numbers for professionals.