Archive for October, 2009

UK Tax Delays

The UK tax office is experiencing a major backlog because of problems with a new internal computer system and UK postal strikes. Postal strikes have been ongoing since July and the BBC estimates that 15 million letters haven’t been delivered yet as a result. Subsequently hundreds...

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Life and Tax in the UK…

If you’re going to the UK to work it’s important to know a few UK tax facts to make sure you don’t end up losing your money. When you start work in the UK you need to make sure you give your employer your National...

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Travel and Backpackers Expo in Sydney!

If you’re in Sydney in November, check out the Adventure Travel & Backpackers Expo on Saturday the 7th and Sunday the 8th at the Darling Harbour Convention Centre. Entry is free for all taxback.com customers – just print off this page and bring it with...

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Improved Education for Disadvantaged Children

Taxback.com is sponsoring a new tutor for less fortunate children in Bratislava, Slovakia to ensure they have the opportunity to get a better education and a better future. The Fortuna social centre, which is run by non-government organisation Usmev ako Dar, accommodates about 80 struggling...

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Entrepreneur of the Year

[image_170.7]Taxback.com CEO and owner Terry Clune was last night named Ireland’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2009. The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, held in Dublin, is part of a global programme to identify, acclaim and support entrepreneurs. Enda Kelly, partner in charge...

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Landlords & Irish Tax

Landlords in Ireland have to file their self-assessment Irish tax return by October 31st every year. This applies to anyone who earns income from renting out a property or a room in your private residence and you still need to file a tax return even if...

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Irish Landlord Tax Returns

If you receive income from renting out a property or part of your private residence in Ireland you need to file an Irish tax return and declare all your income to the Revenue Commissioners – even if you’re not living in Ireland. Taxback.com can file...

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