Archive for July, 2012

Raising Capital

Jul 9

Recently I was discussing with one of  our clients as to whether they needed investment or not and I realised very very few of our clients started their business with outside investment. Before you go looking at raising capital I would strongly suggest looking at the following.   Can you adjust the business model slightly […]

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Employer paying course or exam fee’s

Jul 6

Refunds of course or exam fees to an employee which have been paid by the employee, or direct payments of course or exam fees by the employer, will not be treated as giving rise to a taxable benefit where the course undertaken is relevant to the business of the employer. A course is regarded as […]

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Employers gift to employees / Christmas Bonus

Jul 6

Where an employer provides an employee with a small benefit (that is, a benefit with a value not exceeding €250) PAYE, PRSI and Levies need not be applied to that benefit. Only one such benefit given to an employee in a tax year will qualify for such treatment. Where a benefit exceeds €250 in value […]

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Tax on Spanish Rental Income

Jul 6

Irish residents with Spanish rental property must make two income tax returns one in Spain and one in Ireland Tax Residency You are considered tax resident in Ireland if you spend at least 183 days here per year or 280 days over a two year period. As an Irish tax resident and Irish domiciled person […]

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