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Tax tips for investors

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

Give your wealth a health check

Give your wealth a health check

Choosing the right path for your finances can be difficult. An extract from ‘Tax Magic 2010’gives some key pointers.

Climbing to a wealthier future

Climbing to a wealthier future

Ireland is now a wealthy country. It ranks behind Luxembourg but ahead of most European countries in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) per head of population. Introduction:

Keep it in the family

Keep it in the family

Passing assets can expose you to capital acquisitions tax, capital gains tax and stamp duties. Introduction:

Keep it in the family

Keep it in the family

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Maximise your wealth

Maximise your wealth

Increasing the amount of money in your pocket is often merely a matter of applying some simple common sense.

Your Money: The expert guide to filing your tax return

Your Money: The expert guide to filing your tax return

Here, we present the ultimate guide to filing your tax return with the Revenue Commissioners, writes Alan Moore.

Give taxpayers a Revenue Ombudsman

Give taxpayers a Revenue Ombudsman

Over recent years, we have noticed a somewhat disturbing trend emerging in the Revenue Commissioners' interactions with its ''customers.

Deadline looms for tax savings

Deadline looms for tax savings

December 31, 2008, is the last day of the tax year. For many tax reliefs and tax planning opportunities to be effective, you need to take action before that date; failure to do so means you will lose out.

Playing the tax game

Playing the tax game

This is the Irish income tax triangle. It shows how taxpayers are divided into four groups - employees, self-employed, business owners and investors.

Preparing for the personal tax deadline: part one

Preparing for the personal tax deadline: part one

Tax expert Alan Moore guides you through completing your 2012 tax return.