Dermot Byrne

Dermot Byrne

System meant to replace PAYE does not suit SMEs

System meant to replace PAYE does not suit SMEs

From January 1, 2019, the PAYE system will no longer exist. Employers have to submit their propos...

Finance Bill change is an attack on SMEs

Finance Bill change is an attack on SMEs

Recent amendments to the CGT retirement relief for entrepreneurs deal a nasty blow to small business owners

Deadline looms for self-assessed taxpayers

Deadline looms for self-assessed taxpayers

How do you know if you need to file your tax return this week, and what do you do if you miss the deadline? Don’t worry

Talking point : Budget has to help firms with finance options

Talking point : Budget has to help firms with finance options

Budget 2015 must address the current shortage in the finance options available to businesses by fast-tracking plans to establish the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland.

Be your own boss: Your tax affairs

Be your own boss: Your tax affairs

From registering with the Revenue to paying Vat on a van, there are several important steps that the new businessperson must take towards becoming tax compliant, writes Dermot Byrne.

Time to blow the whistle on the Double Irish

Time to blow the whistle on the Double Irish

Revenue is getting tough with SMEs, but it should equally be targeting multinationals which use this country as a vehicle for paying no tax, writes Dermot Byrne.