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A Capital Gains Tax Clearance Certificate (CG50A) must be obtained by the vendor if the consideration for a sale exceeds €500,000.00 for…
Council Directive 2011/16/EU (“the DAC”) provides for the sharing of taxpayer information between the tax administrations of EU Member States.
Section 81AA of the Stamp Duty Consolidation Act 1999 provides for stamp duty relief for a Young Trained Farmer (YTF) in certain circumstances.
The Law Society has made a detailed submission to Budget 2023.
Revenue eBrief No 88 of 2022 confirms that the pay and file deadline when both filing and paying online is Wednesday 16 November 2022.
The Taxation Committee seeks examples of Revenue delays encountered by practitioners acting for non-resident vendors.
The Taxation Committee is active in making submissions to the Department of Finance and the Revenue Commissioners on tax matters. It represents the interests of solicitors on the Tax Administration Liaison Committee (TALC), which is the liaison body for solicitor tax advisors, accountants and the Revenue Commissioners.
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