Five things you need to know about tax, 5 July 2019

Jul 03, 2019

In Ireland, read about how taxpayers must be shown how higher carbon taxes will benefit them, the UK’s expenses, benefits and employment related securities filing deadline is tomorrow and India and Belgium take final steps to join the MLI.

     Ireland

  1. Taxpayers must be shown how additional carbon tax will benefit them – that’s the message in the Institute’s response to the Department of Finance’s recent consultation on the options for the use of revenues raised from increases in carbon taxes.  Read more
  2. Revenue have published a new Tax and Duty Manual which sets out the rules for calculating the profits and gains of a company carrying out a trade or profession

     

    UK

  3. The first quarterly VAT returns for the quarter ended 30 June 2019 are due to be filed under Making Tax Digital for VAT by 7 August 2019
  4. Tomorrow is the filing deadline for expenses, benefits and employment related securities

     

    International

  5. India and Belgium take final steps to join the Multi Lateral Instrument (MLI).  Read more