Your tax credits impact your pay for the whole year, which makes January an important time to carry out a check of the tax credits which Revenue has granted you for 2021.
So, you’ve decided to venture into the world of professional contracting! You are not alone. Professional contracting continues to grow rapidly worldwide, with remote working norms accelerating existing trends. In Ireland, contracting has long been commonplace in the tech, engineering, and pharmaceutical sectors. However we’ve also experienced significant growth in finance, education, healthcare and many…Read More
On the back of the pandemic, Budget 2022 seeks to support living cost pressures whilst also focusing on higher levels of national debt which are forecast to come in at just under €240 billion next year, which is equivalent to €50,000 per person in the country. There are a number of personal tax (i.e. income…Read More
The “Stay and Spend” scheme allows you to claim an additional tax credit of up to €125, by giving you 20% back on certain accommodation, food and drink costs. Learn more…
With many people experiencing reduced leisure time since the onset of Covid-19, we’ve seen a notable increase in the number of contractors undertaking online training and development, and other courses to make use of time to upskill or brush up on different topics. Much of this type of activity is eligible for tax relief.
Here’s another great benefit of contracting! Under Revenue’s rules, all contractors can claim a €500 tax free non-cash bonus each year.
In order to facilitate this, Fenero has partnered with One4All, so that all Fenero Contractors can easily avail of Revenue’s Small Benefit Exemption Scheme.
Are you moving to Ireland or within Ireland to take up a contract role? Did you know that you may be entitled to tax relief on some of the costs associated with your relocation?
Here’s my Top Tips on using tax relief to reduce some of the costs for contractors when relocating!
As a global trend, the world of contracting is appealing to an increasing number of professional service providers. 2018 has seen additional factors which are encouraging even more people to try contracting in Ireland. The fear of the unknown as a result of ongoing Brexit negotiations is tempting more and more UK contractors to give…Read More
Thinking of coming home? There’s no better time to make the move. Our economy is experiencing strong growth with a continuously improving job market across multiple sectors. More companies than ever are choosing Ireland as a home for their European headquarters, bringing with them a multitude of employment opportunities in areas from technology to construction….Read More
“We cannot hope to remain competitive if someone on a relatively low income and who decides to work a few hours overtime has nearly half that extra money taken in tax.” Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Finance, 10th October 2017 Personal tax rates continue to be a hot topic of discussion in Ireland. We…Read More