Tag Archives: Tax Advice

Tax Defaulters List

Very upset man

Every quarter Revenue release a tax defaulters list. We will look at sectors that appear on the list and what the interest rates and penalties are. Plus tips to keep you off the list. The latest one was on the 14th of June last for the first 3 months of this year. Following on from

Why Are Reluctant Landlords Reluctant?

Frustrated man

When your weather app is telling you there’s a 98% chance of rain today it’s going to be wet. Hoping that 2% will come through for you is wishful thinking. My lads are off to Holland to a Eurocamp for 12 days and they are timing it well. Getting out of Dodge at the right

Pensions Drawdowns – Be the Man

Elderly lady

I got gas in the tank I got money in the bank I got news for you baby, you’re looking at the man I got skin in the game Headed to the hall of fame I got news for you baby, you’re looking at the man. The Man. The Killers All set here in Tramore

10 Tax Saving Tips – Part 1

I have to start this blog by wishing Waterford the very best on Sunday afternoon. It would be an amazing achievement to get over the line. It’s exciting to see all the flags around and the buzz it’s creating. Best of luck to the panel and the background team from all at Comerford Foley. The

Income Planning

It’s difficult for me to say this but well done to Waterford last Saturday evening in Croke Park. It was one of those games where Kilkenny would have been happy at half-time. Waterford supporters would have had a sense of “oh no here we go again”. Waterford hurled in the second half like their lives

Warehousing of Tax Debt – Deadline approaching fast

“The only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin”.  Mark Twain Last week we spoke about things you need to know when setting up a company. In case you missed it read here We are now into the thick of Tax return filing season. Corporation Tax [CT]

Salary or Dividends or both?

Last week we looked at two options when taking money from your company. This was either salary or dividends and we looked at the tax consequences of both options. If you want to get the basics from last week’s blog Read here When deciding to take salaries or dividends your circumstances may not be straightforward:

Salary or Dividends from my company?

This is a question that we are often asked. This week we will return to our “You ask We answer” series of blogs. Last week we looked at how Comerford Foley could help you set-up a company. We also explored how using our services could help you. To find out more Read here This is