Archive for the ‘Ireland Tax’ Category

You’re due a tax refund! Or are you?

At taxback.com, we’re always alerting people to the most recent tax refund fraud schemes that are going around. Sometimes, these emails are even sent to members of our tax team, who of course, immediately report the email to our worldwide tax team, as well as...

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Fraudulent income tax return means €230k fine for Dublin businessman

A Dublin business man has been fined €230k for deliberately filing incorrect tax returns. The ruling was made yesterday after The Revenue Commissioners brought proceedings against Simon Cosma of Manorfield Walk in Dublin 15. Mr. Cosma is liable to pay the fine after information in...

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No change to pay and file date for self assessed… yet…

Minister Micheal Noonan announced yesterday that the pay and file deadline will not change in 2014. The deadline for the filing of self assessed income tax returns, capital gains tax and capital acquisitions tax currently falls in late October. However, it was recently suggested that...

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Revenue Extends Property Tax Deadline

Revenue has announced that the deadline for filing your LPT return has been extended to tonight following a surge in registrations yesterday. Last night, Revenue received a massive number of calls to their helpline and reported an online filing rate of around 10,000 returns per...

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May 28th LPT deadline is here

Today is the last day to file your LPT return online. The tax will start being charged from July 1st. Over the last few months there has been much discussion and dissatisfaction over the LPT. At every stage of the way Revenue has tried to...

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Win prizes with Taxback.com’s ‘Tell a Friend’ programme

If you’ve filed your tax return with us, then you’ll know how quick and simple it is. We always suggest you recommend us to any of your friends who also need to file a tax return, but did you know you can win prizes for doing so?...

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The uneasy relationship between Multinationals and Tax

Corporate giants allegedly using tax avoidance tactics.   Questions are being raised over the methods which multinational giants use to avoid paying their often astronomical tax liabilities. The point has been raised that in our increasingly global economy, multinational companies are far too easily avoiding...

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