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Popular traditional farm buildings grant to reopen this year

Popular traditional farm buildings grant to reopen this year

  Popular traditional farm buildings grant to reopen this year. For more click on the following link –>> http://www.farmersjournal.ie/popular-traditional-farm-buildings-grant-to-reopen-this-year-312393        

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Tax Return Deadline 2016 – Moran McNamara share some helpful information

Tax Return Deadline 2016 – Moran McNamara share some helpful information

    As the deadline for filing the 2016 tax return fast approaches, the following is a recent article in the Leitrim Observer where we share some helpful information for completing the return. For more read the article below — >>  

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Third rate of tax for middle income-earners proposed

Third rate of tax for middle income-earners proposed

Third rate of tax for middle income-earners proposed under plans being developed by the Government.   Click on the following link for more –>> http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/third-rate-of-tax-for-middle-income-earners-proposed-456826.html

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Prospect of Capital Gains Tax on family home raised

Prospect of Capital Gains Tax on family home raised

  Prospect of Capital Gains Tax on family home raised is among tax reform options put forward by Department of Finance group. Click on the following link for more –>> https://www.irishtimes.com/business/economy/prospect-of-capital-gains-tax-on-family-home-raised-1.3174020  

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Goverment’s ‘Help to Buy’ Scheme sees €24k surge in house prices

Goverment’s ‘Help to Buy’ Scheme sees €24k surge in house prices

According to a new report, the Government’s ‘Help-To-Buy’ scheme is helping drive the property market to heights not seen since the boom years. Click on the following link for more –>. http://www.irishexaminer.com/…/help-to-buy-scheme-sees-24k-…

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Prospects for Varadkar pension plan hinge on details

Prospects for Varadkar pension plan hinge on details

Last week, the Minister for Social Protection announced his plans to introduce a universal “SSIA-style” retirement savings plan by 2021, designed to increase the level of pension coverage in the private sector from the current 35 per cent. For more information, please click on the following link –>> http://www.irishtimes.com/…/prospects-for-varadkar-pension-…

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Free dental visits for the first time for self-employed

Free dental visits for the first time for self-employed

    Self employed people are now entitled to a free dental and optical check-ups through their PRSI Contributions. The benefits will also extend to a worker’s dependent spouse, who will also have access to regular dental and optical examinations, free of charge, for the first time. For more information click on the following link ->> http://www.irishtimes.com/business/personal-finance/free-dental-visits-for-the-first-time-for-self-employed-1.3026284  

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Travel and Subsistence Rates Change

Travel and Subsistence Rates Change

Welcome changes to travel and subsistence rates effective from the 1st April for PAYE workers and Company Directors who are paid T&S in line with civil service rates.   Click on the following links for more information ->> ->Motor Travel Rates – http://circulars.gov.ie/pdf/circular/per/2017/05.pdf ->Domestic Subsistence Allowances – http://circulars.gov.ie/pdf/circular/per/2017/06.pdf ->Subsistence Allowances Abroad – http://circulars.gov.ie/pdf/circular/per/2017/07.pdf

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Tax breaks for “accidental landlords”

Tax breaks for “accidental landlords”

  Tax breaks for “accidental landlords” are in the pipeline in a bid to keep properties in the rental market and boost supply. The Department of Finance has set out a range of possible tax reliefs which might be applied to encourage landlords to remain in, or to enter, the rental market. http://www.independent.ie/…/tax-breaks-for-accidental-landl…  

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Home Carer’s Credit

Home Carer’s Credit

    Almost two thirds of people in Ireland are unaware of the existence of the home carer’s tax credit according to findings from a latest nationwide survey. The credit of €1,000 can be claimed by any married couple, where one spouse is the home carer and cares for one or more dependent persons – which includes children under 18.

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