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How do I treat a loss on a British rental property?
The new Beps rules mean smaller economies could lose tax revenues and foreign direct investment
Alan Moore presents a comprehensive guide to filing your tax return on time and maximising your pension reliefs
Comment: If retirement saving is going to become compulsory, the government has some groundwork to do
Tax relief on pension contributions is a useful way to reduce your tax bill – but don’t forget to weigh up your decision
Oonagh Casey Grehan It’s time to complete the dreaded tax return, but watch out for the pitfalls
As the deadline for 2014 tax returns approaches, Revenue shares its tips on the easiest way to file on time
Is there something the mortgage lenders don’t want us to know?
Should tax policy be used to address the housing crisis?
Capital acquisitions tax (CAT) thresholds are very low, but could change in the upcoming budget
The latest Coyne Research/Sunday Business Post poll measures the perceived impact of events on people’s wellbeing
Onerous lending rules, lack of supply and skyrocketing rents are making it difficult to buy a property