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31 Oct

Happy Halloween 2017

It’s trick or treat time of year again. As another income tax deadline nears we wish all our clients and colleagues a very happy and safe Halloween.  

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27 Oct

Preliminary Tax Explained

With the deadline looming for filing Income Tax Returns many people may be confused by the need to pay Preliminary Tax.   Preliminary Tax is your estimate of Income Tax and related charges payable by you for the following tax year.   Essentially when you file and pay your income tax liability for 2016 you must also

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25 Oct

Tax Back on Pension Contributions

Many people are not aware that the contribution payments they make to their pension every year are eligible for tax relief. If your pension payments are made through your employer or the PAYE system, your tax relief is probably already accounted for. When you make a contribution to a pension fund, whether privately or through

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11 Oct

Budget 2018

      Please click on icon to view Budget Highlights 2018    Minister for Finance & Public Expenditure and Reform, Pascal Donohue introduced Budget 2018 on Tuesday 10th October 2017.   As expected there were few surprises in this years Budget.   Our budget summary outlines the main points introduced in this years Budget.

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20 Sep

Who should register for self-assessment?

As we approach the deadline for submitting your 2016 Income Tax Return we remind you who should be filing an income tax return, this is done through Revenues self-assessment system.  Self-assessment is where you make your own assessment of the Income Tax, Universal Social Charge (USC), Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) and Capital Gains Tax you

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15 Sep

Wishing the Kerry Minor Team all the best in Sundays All Ireland Football Final.

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12 Sep

Income Tax Returns

Contractors, landlords, taxi drivers, tutors, consultants, small business owners and proprietary directors, are among those required to file an income tax return.  Filing income tax returns may be frustrating but it’s important to get them right. Many people find the process confusing and as a result, miss out on tax relief because of simple mistakes.

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