Tax tips for investors

You must pay Irish income tax on your earnings from all sources around the world if you are domiciled and resident in the Republic for a tax year. 1. Move abroad and become non-resident

5th February, 2005

1. Move abroad and become non-resident

You must pay Irish income tax on your earnings from all sources around the world if you are domiciled and resident in the Republic for a tax year.

You are regarded as resident in Ireland for tax purposes if (a) you spend 183 or more days in Ireland in a tax year or (b) you spend a total of 280 or more days in Ireland spread over the current and...

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