Let’s have a look at 5 Income Tax return Tips for 2022. We are now at peak Corporation Tax return filing time. On Monday the focus will switch to Income Tax returns for 2022. All with the view of keeping our clients tax compliant and Revenue happy. Revenue want the Tax return to know how
I had a meeting this week with Bridget Higgins who is starting a new business. Already working, this is a new gig for her, and she wants to get things right from the start. It got me thinking that we didn’t write anything about this before. Plus, it could help to point you in the
Price increases and value. Is the price increase tolerable for your client because they see value in your service? This question punched us in the face recently. Michael, our client, was about to leave as he got a cheaper price. He said to me “as my financial advisor what would you advise me to do?”
We are filing our client’s tax returns for 2021 so we are busy saving clients money. These are not the typical tax saving tips you will hear about. Let’s call them alternative tax tips. Our advice is “don’t do your own tax return” and this is best summed up by a quote from Albert Einstein.
Taxes in the year of death will hardly put you into a joyous mood for the weekend. But it might help some people who have suffered a terrible loss and need some guidance in this space. We had an interesting case recently and it struck me that it is a topic that could help people
Looking After Older Clients With the news that AIB are going cashless in many branches it got me thinking about how we look after clients. My view is that what AIB are doing is a backward step. Going digital makes sense but not at a cost to customers who need cash services and will go
Last week we looked at Xero from a beginner’s point of view. There are serious benefits. But you must be open to thinking outside the box when looking at your numbers. This week we are going to explore Income Tax returns and how a very super lady in our office gets them right first time.
Over the last two weeks, we explored exiting a business that has a lot of cash assets. Last week was part 2 of a client success story. In case you missed it see here This week was the end of the latest tax deadline. Income Tax with a sprinkling of Gift/Inheritance Tax returns to keep
Last week we went through 5 tax tips when filing your Income Tax return. In case you missed it see here This week we will look at another 5 tax tips that are Flat rate expenses Home carer Credit Medical Expenses Pre-letting expenses and Tuition fees Flat rate expenses Certain employments get a flat rate
The team here is very busy getting accounts and tax returns sorted out for clients. We are smack bang in the middle of tax return filing season. In our last blog we highlighted some of the “beasties” to be aware of when filing your 2020 Tax return. In case you missed it click here. This