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As an employer, you will want to keep your key members of staff happy and motivated. Remuneration is a key factor here. But if you pay an employee a bonus or increased salary, it is likely that the employee will end up paying half that away on tax. The following is a list of tax-efficient […]

Background The Register of Beneficial Ownership of Companies and Industrial and Provident Societies (RBO) was signed into law by the Minister of Finance on the 22nd March 2019. The legislation requires companies to file correct and current information on the beneficial owners of that company – which means any person or persons who directly or […]

Jobsplus is a government scheme where you can claim tax-free payments, for hiring a person, who has been on the live register for long periods.  It is available to all employers in the private sector. You can claim between €7,500 and €10,000 back over a 2 year period. The payment levels are: – Under 25 […]

I am considering selling my business or passing on to the next generation or some form of exit strategy from my business – What tax issues do I need to bear in mind? I am a business man in my 50’s. I have owned my business for many years and am now considering my options. […]

As the UK is set to leave the EU on the 29th March 2019 Irish companies which only have UK resident directors will be required to have a least one EEA resident director ( Section 137 Companies Act 2014) otherwise the companies will be in breach of the Companies Act. If it is impossible for an […]

A liquor licence is granted pursuant to the Licensing Acts and is authorised to the person named therein to sell intoxicating liquor in accordance with the terms of the license in a particular premises. A liquor licence may be held by an individual, a partnership or a company. It is imperative that you ensure the […]

What is available to new mothers and fathers, and what are the tax issues? With the introduction of paid parental leave for the first time in Budget 2019, now is a good time to recap on parents’ entitlements and potential tax issues associated with those entitlements. • The basic maternity leave entitlement for mothers is […]

With the festive season approaching, putting thought into tax issues may not be on many Santa lists. However, there may be several tax saving ideas that you are missing out on. The following is a list of ideas that you may consider implementing before the year end, and which may be of some benefit to […]

Article 30 of the 4th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive (4AMLD) requires all EU Member States to put into national law provisions around beneficial ownership information for corporate and legal entities. There are two stages to this process: 1) As of 15th November 2016 corporate and legal entities must hold adequate, accurate and current information on […]

Revenue has published a new Manual “Income tax implications for landlords with buy-to-let mortgages who have received tracker mortgage redress payments from banks”. The Manual confirms that “any tax liability that impacted customers may incur as a result of the relevant issue or in respect of any redress, compensation or other payment made to impacted […]