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No Corporation Tax liable under Mutual Trading

When a non-profit organisation directs surplus funds back into the organisation there may be no tax liability under Mutual Trading.

Extension of filing date for iXBRL Financial Statements

Revenue has extended their filing requirement of iXBRL Financial statements by an extra 21 days after the return filing deadline.

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Deadline 2015

31st Oct 2015 is the Capital Gains Tax (GCT) deadline for filing details of any gains or losses arising on the disposal of assets from 1 Jan 2014 and 31 Dec 14

Changes to Subsistence Rates from 1 July 2015

The rates of subsistence allowances and standard distance requirements have recently been revised by Revenue. Both the rates and the minimum distance between the temporary workplace and the normal place of work or home have been increased.

New mobile site for OSK

The new OSK mobile site is now live making it easier to access accounting, taxation and business news updates, resources, services and sector information.

How to develop meaningful Key Performance Indicators for your business

How to develop meaningful KPIs to develop your business from OSK Accounting - to find out more contact OSK Accounting today on 01 4394200.

New Electronic Tax Clearance Certificate from 1st January 2016

As announced in the Finance Act 2014, a new electronic Tax Clearance (eTC) will be introduced from the 1st of January 2016. This means that Tax Clearance Certificates issuing since the 1st of April 2015 have an expiry date of the 31st of December 2015.

iXBRL – Revenue Commissioners define meaning of Balance Sheet Value

As you probably know, the Revenue Commissioners require mandatory filing of iXBRL Financial Statements for Corporation Tax payers over a staged period...

Voluntary Strike Off – Important Companies Act 2014 Change!

The main change under Companies Act 2014 is that companies have to hold an EGM within 3 months before date of application for strike off resolving that they will apply for Voluntary Strike Off (a board minute would suffice under Companies Acts 1963 to 2013).

What tax relief are you getting on medical insurance?

Lifetime Community Rating (LCR) was introduced from 1 May 2015. From this date, anyone who takes out private health insurance at age 35 or over will pay a loading. It has been reported that 75,000 to 100,000 people signed up to new health insurance policies prior to 1 May 2015. Many of these individuals will be asking – what tax relief will I get on my health insurance?
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