Can I get any tax deduction from using a third bedroom as a home office? I would consider sharing the home office with the person in the second bedroom as well. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

I’m currently living with my parents and trying to save a deposit to buy a home. I am self-employed and have a lot of flexibility in terms of where I (...)

Assuming the property is owned as joint tenants, you cannot sever the current arrangement without the express written consent of all parties. Photograph: iStock

When we bought our apartment in 2013, we put our son’s name on the deeds, thinking it might be useful in the future. We have discovered recently, agai(...)

Most of the financial support given by the Bank of Mum and Dad would seem to be covered by the small-gift tax exemption.

I have sold a property abroad and have €250,000 on deposit. My son is building a new house in 2022 and I’m wondering if I could loan him €100,000 to h(...)

The Bank of Mum and Dad is an intrinsic, albeit informal, element of the financial services structure in Ireland. Photograph: iStock

The alacrity of the U-turn by the Government on reform of interest-free or low-interest loans shows either that the proposal was poorly thought throug(...)

Revenue has extended the deadline. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Homeowners have been given a reprieve on a deadline for returning their local property tax valuation. Revenue had set a deadline of November 7th – th(...)

Under Irish capital acquisitions tax, an inheritance is taxable in the Republic if the person who has died was resident in Ireland for tax purposes. Photograph: iStock

Could you tell me, where do I pay inheritance tax from my deceased uncle? I live in Northern Ireland and the solicitor dealing with the estate ha(...)

Will my daughter qualify for carer’s allowance after the changes announced in the budget?

My daughter was refused carer’s allowance because she does some part-time work. I see that changes were announced in the budget but I am struggling to(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath before they delivered Budget 2022. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Energy was high on the agenda for Irish Times readers as they examined the measures announced by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Minister for(...)

Tax savings made in the years since austerity ended could be wiped out this year, unless the Government takes action next week. Photograph: iStock

Take a look back at personal taxes over the past 10 years and it’s clear that, despite the stress the Covid-19 pandemic has placed on public finances,(...)

Perrigo chief executive Murray Kessler said the €297 million tax settlement in the best interest of all of Perrigo’s stakeholders,  removing a major uncertainty for the business.

The chief executive of the Irish-headquartered drug company that agreed a settlement of a record tax bill with the Revenue Commissioners on Wednesday (...)

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