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.

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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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Brian Keegan of Chartered Accountants Ireland says non-executive directors of non-commercial bodies are already entitled to claim tax relief on their expenses

Fiona Reddan Tax experts have called on the Government to bring the concept of the “normal place of work” into the 21st century, by updating rules on (...)