Don’t agree with Revenue’s property tax estimate?

What to do if you don’t agree with Revenue’s propery tax estimate on your property Revenue is in the process of issuing notices of estimate of Local Property Tax (LPT) to property owners.  It’s important to highlight that these letters are just that: ESTIMATES.  It is Revenue’s way of telling you that if you don’t…

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What are taxable sales or supplies for VAT?

One of the conditions for a business to register for VAT is that it must be making taxable supplies of goods or services. This is generally straightforward as MOST goods and services are taxable supplies.  Here we will address a confusion that often arises: VAT exempt supplies versus zero rated supplies. But what is a…

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Foreign currency accounting entries

accounting for foreign currency

Foreign currency accounting entries cause problems for businesses of all sizes. I’ve seen multi-million euro businesses with operations in various countries doing it wrong. I’ll show you the right way to do it. International trade is open to the smallest of traders these days. Amazon, Ebay and others have opened up markets previously unavailable to…

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