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Make a difference in your local community - Become a CAVA Volunteer

A sincere thanks to the 40 members who responded to our recent e-mail appeal for new CAVA volunteers. As a result of this fantastic response we should be able to open or re-open at least 4 new CAVA clinics.  However we still need more volunteers for Waterford, Dundalk and Castlebar. Are y.....


CRO Interim Newsletter - 22nd October 2014

The Companies Registration Office (CRO) has just issued an Interim Newsletter which includes advice on filing and checking the status of Annual Returns during the October peak and also a reminder that electronic filing of accounts is now available online. Please click here to access the document.....


New Charities SORP Committee

Recruitment is now open to a new expert SORP (Statement of Recommended Practice) committee, which will make recommendations to the body authorised to organise the Charities SORP review, draft revisions and undertake the consultation process. Membership of the SORP Committee will be drawn from all j.....


Finance Bill 2014

 The Finance Bill 2014 was published yesterday Thursday, 23rd October.  The Bill provides further details on the measures announced in Budget 2015.  Our coverage of the Finance Bill will be included in Chartered Tax News next Tuesday.     Are you not receiving the.....


Revenue Pay & File Tips

Revenue have published an eBrief setting out some reminders for the upcoming Pay & File income tax deadline.   Included in this month’s issue of tax.point is a feature article outlining some practical tips for practitioners dealing with the upcoming Pay & File deadline. .....


Revenue and Customs Brief 35 (2014): decision on calculating deductible VAT

The above Brief sets out HMRC’s position following the decision of the Upper Tribunal (UT) in Lok’nStore Group PLC (LnS). The case dealt with whether the partial exemption special method (PESM) proposed by LnS produced a more fair and reasonable result for calculating deductible VAT on .....


Savings Directive to be repealed?

The Commission has released a memo detailing frequently asked questions concerning the automatic exchange of information.  It contains a suggestion that the Savings Directive might be repealed, as will largely be replaced in scope by the new Administrative Cooperation Directive. As reported la.....


Minister Fitzgerald establishes Charities Regulatory Authority

Minister for Justice and Equality, Ms. Frances Fitzgerald, T.D., recently announced the establishment of the Charities Regulatory Authority, a new independent regulatory agency for the charity sector.  The Authority, which has been established under the terms of the Charities Act 2009, will, a.....


IAASA seeks expressions of interest in the provision of Financial Reporting Review Services

The Irish Auditing & Accounting Supervisory Authority (IAASA) selects issuers’ periodic financial reports for examination based on risk assessment criteria, supplemented by cyclical and random selections. It now wishes to update its existing Panel of individuals and firms who are interest.....


Company Law Forum says business owners and company directors need to prepare now for new Companies Bill

            A company law conference on the Companies Bill 2012 yesterday (Monday 20 October 2014) heard a call for Irish companies of all sizes to examine carefully the terms of the Bill and advised business owners and directors to consider what they should be doing n.....


Department of Finance publishes detail on Landlord HRI in advance of the Finance Bill

Supplementary Budget 2015 documents provide further information on the extension to the Home Renovation Incentive (HRI) for landlords. Budget 2015 Factsheets published on the Department of Finance website include information on the extension of the HRI for landlords.  According to the Factshee.....


Revenue defines Active Farmers

The Revenue’s Budget 2015 Summary leaflet sets out further details on the farming tax measures of Budget 2015.  The leaflet clarifies that an “active farmer”, for the purpose of CAT Agricultural relief, is someone who “spend not less than 50 per cent of his or her norma.....


Foreign Earnings Deduction

The Foreign Earnings Deduction is to be extended to include marketing travel activities in Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Chile, Oman, Kuwait, Mexico, and Malaysia.   Further information is set out in the Rev.....


Finance Bill 2014

The Finance Bill 2014 is expected to be published this Thursday, 23rd October.  The Bill will provide further details on the measures announced in Budget 2015.  We will report on the Finance Bill in Chartered Tax News next Monday.  In the meantime, you can read our coverage in our Bu.....


Revenue Pay & File Tips

Revenue have published an eBrief setting out some reminders for the upcoming Pay & File income tax deadline.   Included in this month’s issue of tax.point is a feature article outlining some practical tips for practitioners dealing with the upcoming Pay & File deadline. .....


Analysis of High Income Individuals’ Restriction

The analysis of the High Income Individuals’ Restriction, from the office of the Revenue Commissioners, shows that 1,040 individuals were subject to the restriction in 2012 yielding €63.2 million in additional income tax.  The 2012 analysis show that 93 less individuals were subject.....


tax.point October issue

The October issue of tax.point, the monthly tax journal from Chartered Accountants Ireland, is published now. In this month’s issue, Brendan Twohig and Marie O’Shea (MK Brazil) outline some practical tips for dealing with the Pay & File deadline.  Richard Blakeman reviews the n.....


It is Perverse

Read the Institute’s view on the tax treatment of the self-employed in the Sunday Business Post (yesterday, 19th October). .....


”Credit Card Sales Campaign”

A new voluntary disclosure campaign, underpinned by HMRC powers to obtain Credit and Debit card payments from merchant acquirers, has been launched. Anyone wishing to take part must tell HMRC of their intention to participate by either filling in the notification form or calling the Credit Card Sal.....


Sports testimonials in the spotlight

HMRC have launched a consultation which seeks to gather evidence about the potential impact of withdrawing 3 Extra Statutory Concessions (ESCs), including a rowing back on applying income tax to income from testimonials. A consultation has also been launched looking at draft legislation to preserve.....


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