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09 October, 2018 · Industry News

Republic of Ireland Budget 2019

Minister of Finance, Paschal Donohoe, delivered his 2nd budget today, 9th October.

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12 September, 2018 · Industry News

Worldwide Disclosure Facility

On 30 September 2018 the opportunity tell HMRC about undisclosed overseas income or assets under the current terms of the HMRC Worldwide Disclosure Facility (WDF) will end.

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03 September, 2018 · Company News | Industry News

We're joining in National Payroll Week - #NPW18

National Payroll Week is an annual awareness campaign hosted by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) in the UK; the American Payroll Association (APA) in the USA and the Canadian Payroll Association in Canada. It has 2 main objectives, firstly as a national awareness campaign to recognise the efforts of professionals within the payroll industry but also to raise awareness to help workers learn more about payslips, payroll deductions and payroll related benefits.

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02 August, 2018 · Industry News

Could your business be due a VAT refund?

The following looks at refunds of VAT for UK business that buy from other EU countries and how to reclaim.

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24 July, 2018 · Industry News

Tax credits must be renewed by 31 July 2018

If you claim tax credits you should have received a renewal pack which sets out the steps of how to renew your tax credits.

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23 July, 2018 · Industry News

Brexit - The opportunities and challenges for the trading landscape

Chartered Accountants Ireland and The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) have recently published a report with the purpose of helping Chartered Accountants support businesses in the UK and Ireland deal with the trading landscape after Brexit. The points raised will be relevant for businesses in Ireland or other EU countries trading with the UK or for UK businesses trading with the EU. It recognises the particular importance of trade between Ireland and the UK, both within the island of Ireland and between Ireland and the UK mainland (through which many goods to and from Ireland are transshipped).

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