5 Tips for Paying Yourself Salary from your own Limited Company

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How to Avoid Common Mistakes Freelancers make when Paying Yourself Salary from your own Limited Company As a freelancer or contractor you usually have the choice of setting yourself up as either a sole trader or a limited company. There are pros and cons of both options, but this article is to assist people who…Read More

Pros & Cons of Contracting - Fenero

The Pros and Cons of Contracting

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7 Benefits & The Challenges of Contracting More money, flexibility and vast opportunities are just some benefits associated with contracting, but it’s not without its downsides either. Before considering a career path in the contracting lane, you should weigh up the impact of these pros and cons on your individual circumstances. Let’s examine the benefits…Read More

Don’t have enough money to pay your income tax bill?

Posted Posted in Contractors, Freelancers, Landlords, Personal Tax & Finance, Tax Tips & Explainers

A year has gone by quickly and once again the income tax deadline is creeping up on us. If you are experiencing financial difficulties and are worried about being able to pay your income tax bill, here is our advice on what you should do. 1. FILE YOUR TAX RETURN WITH REVENUE ANYWAY This is extremely…Read More

Contracting in Ireland with a UK Limited Company – Guide to Irish Tax

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Some of the most frequently asked questions we get from UK contractors who are interested in taking up a contract in Ireland and invoicing through their UK Limited Company are: “What taxes do I pay if contracting in Ireland with a UK Limited Company?” “When am I required to start paying Irish tax?” Most people…Read More

When is it safe for small businesses to use freelancers instead of hiring employees?

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In my 15 years working in the Irish tax and accountancy industry, I have come across this question frequently. Both from my clients and from business owners whom I have got to know through business support and networking groups. Bottom line, there is a LOT of confusion about this.   We work with many Irish…Read More