2019 Changes to Employer Obligations

The Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018 comes into force in just three weeks, on 4 March 2019. Prohibiting the use of Zero Hour contracts and upping employer obligations, the bill is intended to improve security for those workers with variable hours.

PAYE Modernisation

It’s likely that you’ll have read many articles this year relating to PAYE Modernisation, which takes effect on January 1st 2019. Revenue has announced that the National Employer Helpline will …

How to File Your Annual Return

Every Irish company is obliged to make an annual return to the Companies Registration Office (CRO). This annual return comprises Form B1, to which must be attached a set of financial statements (accounts)…

How to Register your Company for Tax

Once you have formed your company with the Companies Registration Office, you will need to separately register your company for taxes. Form TR2 can be used to register for a number of taxes, including Corporation Tax, VAT and Employers PAYE…

All You need to know about Local Property Tax

The Local Property Tax (LPT) is a tax payable on the market value of residential properties. A return is due if you held a property on 1 May 2013. Depending on the market value of your residential property, you will pay a different amount of LPT. The return can be filed on paper or online and there are a number of payment options. Exemptions and deferral options are available.

The Cycle to Work Scheme

The Cycle to Work Scheme was introduced to encourage employees to cycle to work. It offers a tax incentive to employees and employers whereby the employer purchases bicycles and equipment for employees without it constituting a benefit in kind. Employers and employees can also agree a salary sacrifice to cover the cost of the bicycle and equipment.