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Siobhan Moran

The CRO reported recently that one in 12 submissions are being rejected for mismatched identification of directors. If not addressed, this could have serious implications for the directors and the company.

CRO REJECTS 8% OF RETURNS BECAUSE OF IDENTITY MISMATCHES

The CRO reported recently that one in 12 submissions are being rejected for mismatched identification of directors. If not addressed, this could have serious implications for the directors and the company. By George Alton A.C.G. Since 11 June 2023, when filing certain forms with the Companies Registration Office (“CRO”), company directors are required to provide […]

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Budget 2024 and VAT or Excise Duties

BUDGET 2024 – INDIRECT TAXES

Budget 2024 proposes some changes to VAT and Excise Duty as follows: VAT Increase in VAT Registration Thresholds The existing VAT registration thresholds are being increased. From 1st January 2024 the VAT registration thresholds will be €40,000 for services and €80,000 for goods. VAT scheme for unregistered farmers The flat-rate scheme compensates unregistered farmers on

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Budget 2024 and Capital Taxes

BUDGET 2024 – CAPITAL TAXES

Budget 2024 proposed some changes to Capital Gains Tax and introduced a new Capital Gains Tax Relief. Full details are below. Capital Gains Tax (CGT)/Capital Acquisitions Tax (CAT) The current rates of 33% remain unchanged. CAT Group Thresholds The Minister confirmed that Group B threshold would be extended to include Foster Children. Retirement Relief Retirement

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BUDGET 2024 AND YOU ¦ TAX AND OTHER IMPACTS

BALANCING IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM NEEDS Ministers Michael McGrath and Paschal Donohoe presented Budget 2024 on Tuesday 10 October 2023 as one which seeks to balance immediate cost-of-living and social needs with longer-term requirements for society. The Budget contains a series of tax measures and additional expenditure to help families and businesses deal with rising costs.

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