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6 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Tax Bill
by Orla Linehan

While it might seem that tax breaks are a thing of the past, there are still many ways to reduce your tax bill. Here are six simple ways to minimise your liabilities to the taxman (or woman).


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Self Employed V Employed
by Kieran Kennelly

The Revenue Commissioners have recently been looking closely at individuals that provide services to businesses as self employed.  In some cases the relationship between the business and the (so called) self employed individual is in reality that of employer and employee.  In short this means PAYE / PRSI should be operated on payments from the business to the individual.


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Books and Records for Retailers, Bars and Restaurants
by Kieran Kennelly

In the course of a recent revenue audit of a restaurant the Revenue Commissioners stated that the retention of a daily sales total from the cash register was not sufficient for the purposes of Section 886 TCA 1997.  The Revenue Commissioners stated that it was necessary to retain daily till receipts that showed all the individual sales from the day as well as the end of day total to comply with Section 886.


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Deadlines and Reminders
by Una Beecher

Reminders:
  • Medical expense claims at 20% from 2009
  • Loan interest deduction on rental properties restricted to 75%


Deadlines:

14 March 2010: PAYE / PRSI for February 2010
19 March 2010: VAT January / February 2010
21 March 2010: Corporation tax return for year Ended 30 June 2009


File and pay on ROS and avail of extended deadline of 23 March 2010.


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