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New CAT pay and file dates
VAT Invoices
Charitable Status
Bogus Phone Calls
Deadlines and Reminders
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New CAT pay and file dates
by Kieran Kennelly

The 2010 Finance Act introduces a fixed pay and file date for CAT of 31 October. Previously, if a CAT return and payment was due, in respect of a gift or inheritance, the return had to be filed and the payment made, within 4 months of the valuation date.  


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VAT Invoices
by Orla Linehan

Whether you print VAT invoices straight from your accounting package or manually write them in a duplicate book, here is a reminder of what needs to be included and when they should be issued.


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Charitable Status
by Maria Fahy

Are you thinking of setting up a charity or want to get charitable status for your community group? From getting clearance and charitable status approval from the Revenue Commissioners to incorporating the company with the Companies Office, we can assist you each step of the way.

Contact Maria Fahy today on 021 4310266 or mariaf@parfreymurphy.ie.


Bogus Phone Calls
The Revenue Commissioners have issued a warning advising taxpayers about phone calls from a caller purporting to be a Revenue official. The caller has been contacting businesses seeking PPS numbers or addresses of named taxpayers. Revenue would not make this type of telephone call and you are requested to contact your local Revenue office should you receive an unusual call from someone purporting to be from Revenue.

Deadlines and Reminders
by Sinead Herlihy

Deadline - 14 May 2010

Return and payment of dividend withholding tax for April 2010.

Return and payment of professional services withholding tax for April 2010.

Return and payment of relevant contracts tax for April 2010.

Return and payment of PAYE / PRSI for April 2010.

 

Deadline – 19 May 2010

Return and payment of bi monthly VAT return and payment for March / April 2010.

Return and payment of quarterly VAT return and payment for January / April 2010.

 

Deadline - 21 May 2010:  Corporation Tax

Preliminary corporation tax for accounting periods ending 30 June 2010.

First installment of preliminary corporation tax for accounting periods of large companies ending 30 November 2010.

Corporation tax returns for accounting periods ended 31 August 2009.

Balance of corporation tax due for accounting periods ended 31 August 2009.

Third party information returns for accounting periods ended 31 August 2009.

 

Remember, where returns and payments are made electronically, the return and payment deadlines are extended to the 23rd day of the month. 

 

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