Getting a tax refund on ceasing employment has surfaced a couple of times in recent weeks. The most relevant and eye-opening one was in a prospect meeting earlier this week. Both involved an exit package from their employers. So, there was a bonus or termination payment on top of salary at the time of ceasing.
There are Retirement Relief changes in 2025. From 1 January 2025, Revenue will introduce some new rules. Why 2025 and not 2024? The thinking is that it allows business owners to benefit from the old rules. Some planning opportunities in 2024 before the changes in 2025 kick in. You’ll see what I mean below, at
What your company can do for you. By that I mean, what do you pay for, from net salary, that your company could pay? A typical reaction would be. Oh, I never thought about that. But why would you? We’ll look at some obvious things and a couple of less obvious costs where your company
Good tax compliance is so valuable. It has never been as important as it is now. That sounds like something the Chairman of the Revenue Commissioners would say! True, but from a practitioner’s viewpoint we can see the value it gives to clients. In this, we will outline some examples of good tax compliance and
We’ll look at a dispute for a deduction for family wages and company expenses between Revenue and a taxpayer. This arises from a recent tax appeals case that has some very interesting lessons. Let’s call the taxpayer Sanjay Singh. We’ll focus on Introduction Background Evidence for Sanjay Case for Revenue Outcome Lessons Introduction Sanjay is
What will be your take home pay in 2024? We are all budgeted out at this stage. I had enough after getting my 5th of 9 budget briefings. When deciding on a blog topic I asked myself what interests people the most. For me, it’s the amount of extra cash in my pocket. To pay
We’ll look at 10 last-minute tips to help with your Income Tax returns. It’s a busy time of year in the office. Training is on hold. Tea breaks are shorter, and lunches just about happen. The Tax Return deadline is looming. Accounts for review and finalise. A few weeks to go till the deadline hits.
We’ll have a look at Company Taxes – The Basics, so please stick with me as it’s a hard sell. The best way to do this is by using an example to run through the basics. This will help you stay awake. Trust me on this one. Let’s delve into Introduction The Agenda The Meeting
Be aware of your normal place of work when claiming expenses. Are you entitled to claim them and what are the things to watch out for? We’ll take a look at a case that came before the Tax Appeals Commission last year. Let’s find out more about The Stars The issues Case for Jerry Case
When you sell your business is a Management Buy Out an option? We look back at an MBO success story that we were privileged to be involved in. Ben and Jenny Fox own Fancy Goods Ltd which sells luxury products to wealthy individuals. They have a shop and a growing online presence. Vera and Katie