How "PAYE Modernisation" will affect Employees and Employers?
In 1960 Revenue introduced the PAYE system. This system was designed for employees and employers to have the most accurate, up to date information relating to pay and tax deductions...
Retiring Bookkeeper? Here Is What To Do Next...
The working relationship you have with your bookkeeper is oddly intimate, there is a lot of trust involved and a sense of loyalty to one another. This makes the bond hard to break even when it’s in the individual’s best interest. It can be a bit scary when your long-term bookkeeper retires....
Treatment Benefit Is Now Available To The Self-Employed!
The Treatment Benefit Scheme is a scheme run by the Department of Social Protection (DSP) that provides dental, optical and aural services to qualified people, insured workers and retired people and Medical card holders who made the appropriate PRSI contributions.
Non Principal Private Residence charge
If you rented out property in the Republic of Ireland in 2013 then this applies to you.
A recent decision of the High Court on the deductibility against rental profits of the Non Principal Private Residence charge (NPPR) has been appealed by Revenue to the Court of Appeal.
Last chance to disclose your foreign income or assets!
The clock is ticking as new Revenue clampdown means people could find themselves in a trouble if they don’t ensure their tax affairs are in order.
Should you do your own bookkeeping?
Should you do your own bookkeeping? Similar to the DIY mentality of the husband doing the plumbing, probably not. Except in this case instead a flood of water in your kitchen you have a flood of paper work in your office leading up to an audit.
Signs of a Brilliant Bookkeeper
Good bookkeepers are as frequent as rain in Ireland but a truly great bookkeepers are as rare as a week of sunshine. As a business owner you need to recognise the impact a bookkeeper can have on your business Being so rare it’s difficult to hunt a great bookkeeper down but here are some tips on how to know one when you see one.