Thursday December 5, 2019

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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