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Tá an chuid seo den suíomh idirlín ar fáil i mBéarla amháin i láthair na huaire.
The Minister for Finance announced changes to various tax measures in his Budget speech on 27 September 2022.
Starting work, emergency tax, claiming a refund, calculating your tax, understanding entitlements, pensions, being tax compliant.
Understand your tax entitlements and ensure you get what you are due.
Marriage, separation, having children, illness, bereavement, disability, unemployment, retirement.
Pay and file, Relevant Contracts Tax, Professional Services Withholding Tax, share options, disclosure, audit.
Selling assets, paying tax on gifts and inheritances, filing returns, Probate Tax, reliefs and exemptions.
Hiring and paying employees, returns, paying tax, benefit in kind, social welfare payments, employee expenses, PAYE modernisation.
Buying and selling, Local Property Tax, Stamp Duty, Home Renovation Incentive, Help to Buy, rental income.
Registering for tax, tax clearance, paying tax, initiatives for start-ups, licences, authorisations, importing and exporting goods.
Corporation tax, international tax, charities and sports bodies, excise and licences, compliance, audit, disclosures.
Benefits from employers, social welfare payments, second jobs, employment related shares, overtime.
Registration, calculating Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT), relief and exemption schemes and vehicle conversions.
Rates, registration, paying and reclaiming VAT, property and construction.
Today (13/09/2022), Revenue published the list of tax defaulters in respect of the period 1 April 2022 to 30 June 2022.