Budget 2019 – What Does It Mean For Individuals

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How will individuals be affected by changes in Budget 2019? In what has been billed as an “election” and “spending” budget, the announcements on Budget Day contained few surprises after being heavily leaked to the public in advance. The reality is this Budget, for the most part, is a “steady as she goes” set of…Read More

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

Come Home to Work and Contracting!

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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

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

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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

Budget 2018 – What does it mean for Individuals?

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“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