Quite like the Standard Life situation, those shareholders who received their money from Equitable Life as a lump sum will have it treated as capital and, following the Revenue’s determination, free from tax

Has the matter of liability to tax on payments at Equitable Life been settled? Mr G.R., email It has and we reported on it back in March when the Iris(...)

Standard Life: has been in touch with the  Revenue on several occasions about the fallout from the “delays in the post” issue.   Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images

I was one of the unlucky ones who received my Standard Life dividend as income having requested it as capital. Now I have genuinely lost my cheque! Wh(...)

Standard Life sought answers from the postal service after 4,000 letters from Irish shareholders arrived, largely in one batch, weeks after the deadline.

Britain’s Royal Mail has admitted that several thousand Irish shareholders have been landed with tax bills as a result of problems with the postal ser(...)

My husband and I are affected by Standard Life chaos. Our letters were posted March 3rd (15 days before deadline). We were assured by our local post o(...)

Standard Life  has undertaken  to write to all of the 4,000 or so shareholders involved and to contact the Revenue Commissioners to explain the background to the confusion

I sent both my wife’s and my own Standard Life payment election form – electing for the capital option – in their supplied “no stamp required” envelop(...)

When a large number of Vodafone shareholders similarly failed to have their preference to receive a windfall payment as capital last year, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan made a special provision in his 2015 budget to ensure they would not face a tax bill. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ireland’s tax authorities say they have no choice but to require 4,000 Standard Life shareholders to pay up to €1.3 million of their recent €2.7 milli(...)

Standard Life: For Vodafone and Computershare, we now read Standard Life and Capita.   Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Having read your recent articles in The Irish Times relating to Standard Life’s return of value payment, I would appreciate your advice. I chose the c(...)

The average Standard Life shareholder has around 675 shares and will have a return of capital of around €675, so capital gains tax should not apply for most. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

I am entitled to a return of value (worth around €400) on Standard Life shares and need to elect whether it is taxed as income or capital gains. I wor(...)

Nama is aiming to redeem a cumulative 80%, or €24 billion, of its senior debt by the end of 2016 and hopes it will have redeemed all of its senior debt by the end of 2018.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has appointed the UK arm of global real estate group Cushman & Wakefield to provide corporate finance(...)

I have been informed Standard Life share dividends may, as an option, be received as a share reinvestment transaction rather than as a cash dividend. (...)