Monday January 27, 2020

New rules could mean extra taxes for firms

Many Irish businesses are facing extra taxes this year because they are not aware of new rules about the taxation of travel and subsistence allowances, an accountancy body has warned.

22nd August, 2009

Many Irish businesses are facing extra taxes this year because they are not aware of new rules about the taxation of travel and subsistence allowances, an accountancy body has warned.

Aidan Clifford, advisory services manager of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, said accountants had reported that the majority of their clients were not aware of the changes - and their tax implications.

This could leave them exposed to extra tax, interest and penalties when...

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