The Blog

23 Jun

Changes to Revenues PAYE Services.

PAYE Anytime service is no longer available. This service was first released back in 2005 and could not be easily accessed on mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets. You will now be able to do all your PAYE business online in the enhanced PAYE Services in myAccount which can be accessed on all mobile

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20 Jun

Revenue raise objections on Co-op shares test case

Revenue officials have raised an objection to the farmer involved in the test case for the appeal against tax demands on co-op patronage shares. Deloitte have sought clarification from the State body on the reasons behind the move. Farmers have been concerned at being left in a state of ‘limbo’ after Revenue issued tax demands

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07 Jun

SUSI and Your Income Tax Return

While most people will focus on the 31st October 2017 for their 31st December 2016 Income Tax Return, those intending on applying for a student grant through SUSI will need to prepare their Income Tax information much earlier, as this information will be required as part of the application. The closing date for new applications for the

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26 May

CRO – Mandatory Electronic Filing

The Companies Registrations Office will introduce Mandatory Electronic Filing from 1st June 2017 for the following forms:    B1 – Annual Return (including financial statements and electronic payment)    B2 – Change of registered office    B10 – Change of director and/or secretary, or a change in their particulars    B73 – Nomination of a

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11 May

Tralee Enterprise Town

Casey Stephenson Accountants were well represented at Bank of Irelands’  Tralee Enterprise Town event on May 5th & 6th at Tralee Sports Complex. Chris Murray and Myra Sheehy were representing the company on Friday evening and met Gavin Duffy and his wife Orla Carmody. Gavin even took a selfie and gave some marketing tips. On Saturday Elma Walsh

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05 May

Benefits-in-kind

Benefits you obtain from your employment which are cash-convertible are taxed as income. Benefits-in-kind, such as private use of a company car, free or subsidised accommodation and preferential loans, received from an employer, by an employee whose total remuneration (including benefits-in-kind) is €1,905 or more in a tax year, are taxable (subject to certain exceptions).

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28 Apr

Registering for tax when starting up a new company

Firstly, you need to register the company with the Companies Registration Office and once you receive your CRO number you should advise Revenue that you are setting up a company. If you are represented by an accountant/agent, your accountant/agent will be required to submit an on-line application on your behalf using the Revenue Online Service

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21 Apr

Taxation following marriage or civil partnership

Once you get married or register a civil partnership, you should advise the tax office of the date of your marriage or civil partnership registration and quote the Personal Public Service Numbers (PPS No.) for yourself, spouse or civil partner. For tax purposes, both spouses or civil partners continue to be taxed as two single

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11 Apr

Congratulations to David Moran- GAA.ie Footballer of the Week

Following Kerry’s great win on Sunday in the Allianz Football League we are delighted to congratulate our colleague David who was Man of the Match on Sunday and now has been voted GAA.ie Footballer of the Week. Extract from http://www.gaa.ie/football/news/david-moran-voted-gaa-footballer-the-week/ Kerry’s David Moran has been voted GAA.ie Footballer of the Week. The midfield colossus capped

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31 Mar

 Disclosures of Foreign Income and Assets

As and from 1 May 2017, it will no longer be possible to obtain the benefits of a qualifying disclosure if matters included in the disclosure relate directly or indirectly to any of the following: an account held or situated in a country or territory other than the State income or gains arising from a

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