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Revenue has reminded business owners to tidy up any other tax affairs outstanding. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Businesses have been warned they will not be able to avail of special Covid-19 arrangements to “warehouse” debt to Revenue unless their tax affairs ar(...)

The amendments come after widespread criticism of previous guidance from Revenue. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s reputation as a good place to do business has been bolstered by a Revenue U-turn on taxing foreign workers operating temporarily in the Stat(...)

Companies have just five days from the date of the letter to respond. Failure to do so will lead to the potential suspension of payments. Photograph: Joe St Leger

Tax authorities are contacting every employer who has availed of the Covid-19 temporary wage subsidy scheme as part of a compliance programme to ensur(...)

On call: women check their phones 54 times each day on average, with men said to look at them 46 times every day, according to Deloitte’s Mobile Consumer Survey 2019

Irish people’s reliance on smart phones appears to have eased slightly compared with last year although the average phone user still manages to pick u(...)

Deloitte also expects ‘a slight increase’ of about €10,000 to €20,000 in the tax exempt threshold enjoyed by children on inheritances and gifts from their parents.

Higher earners could see an increase in their personal tax burden in the upcoming budget as a way of funding tax cuts for those on lower incomes, one (...)

A Tesla Model S electric car at a Tesla  charging station in the Netherlands. File photograph: Getty Images

If you’re thinking of trading in your car this year, you’ll undoubtedly be thinking of electric as an option for your new vehicle. Sales of electric (...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe announcing last year’s budget. For this year’s budget he’s unlikely to  unveil any radical changes.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish households are likely to benefit to the tune of less than €300 in tax cuts in this October’s budget. That’s right, families across the country a(...)

A spokeswoman for Revenue said the new guidance comes after extensive consultation with tax experts. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Updated guidance to rules introduced in early 2017 dealing with taxation of foreign employees working temporarily in the State is “broadly unworkable”(...)

Bureaucratic nightmare: Firms with employees working just one day here in a tax year may be required to withhold PAYE

New rules governing taxation of foreign employees working temporarily in Ireland could seriously undermine the country’s attractiveness for companies (...)

First launched in 2002 with much aplomb to help boost pension coverage, PRSAs – or personal retirement savings accounts – were introduced to offer a c(...)

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