5 Simple steps to help avoid Revenue fines of up to €4,000 for each breach of Employer PAYE Regulations

Did you know under the Revenue PAYE (Employers) Compliance regulations updated in May 2018 that you can be fined up to €4,000 for each breach of PAYE Regulations? The following 5 points may help reduce the possibility of large fines: Consider registering all employees on ROS and maybe ask all of your current and new […]

GDPR Privacy Notice

1. Definitions In this Privacy Notice the following definitions shall apply: “Client Personal Data” means any personal data provided to us by you, or on your behalf, for the purpose of providing our services to you, pursuant to our engagement letter with you; “Controller” means— a) a competent authority that, whether alone or jointly with […]

What you need to do about Revenue letter “Reviewing and Correcting Your Tax Returns”

Over the last few weeks you may have a received a letter about “Reviewing and Correcting Your Tax Returns” . You do not need to be concerned about the letter unless you have undeclared income or assets, foreign pension income, bank accounts or assets located outside of Ireland. Thanks to changes in the 2016 Finance […]

Dublin Chamber Elections 2017

Did you know the Dublin Chamber of Commerce elections are taking place now and you can vote by simply clicking here and using the PIN that Sandra Farrell ( sent on Monday 16 January? Why you should vote You can have your business needs represented on the Council and influence national government policies that affect […]

You can influence PAYE Modernisation until Sunday 12 December

In Budget 2017 Michael Noonan the Minister for Finance, announced the launch of Revenue’s consultation process regarding the modernisation of the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system. This public consultation process will run until Sunday 12 December 2016. Any submissions received after this date may not be considered. PAYE Modernisation is planned to be operational […]