VAT on Property Update Recorded


This is a VAT on Property refresher course which covers the practical aspects of VAT on property rules and common issues which may arise.

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Online, ,
Start date & time:  
01 January 2017 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2020 00:00
Price: €60.00  (€60.00 Member price)
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Speaker details
First nameLast name
Andrew Coles
Nicola Sothern


Product type:  
CPD online course
Leadership, management and personal impact

This course was recorded in late 2018

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for accountants in practice who wish to update their knowledge of the main aspects of the Irish VAT on property regime and related practical issues. Particular focus will be on recent updates.

The course will also be invaluable for accountants who work in a non-practice environment and deal with property matters on a regular basis. The course will help such accountants to identify the issues, risks and key cash-flow issues associated with VAT on property. Such accountants will include receivers, those working in the banking sector, those working in property sale/acquisition roles.

Topics covered include:

  • The main aspects of the VAT on property rules
  • How sales, leases and licences in property are generally treated for VAT purposes, including forced sales
  • Recent developments and Revenue hot topics with respect to these fundamental property rules
  • VAT cash flow implications of certain leases and disposals
  • Managing the risks of limited information on a property's history.
  • Landmines associated with VAT on property

As this area is complex, a key objective of the course is to give attendees a road map on how to approach VAT on property queries. The course has a practical focus by dealing with specific case studies and this checklist is used to answer the case studies. The road map will consolidate issues raised at previous VAT on property courses by the Institute into this road map. The case studies used will be practical cases relevant to the 2017 property market.

Key learning outcomes:

Attendees will obtain an update oncommon VAT pitfalls and the cash flow issues to consider in relation to various property transactions.