5 July 2017

My Parents Offered Me €30K. Do I Pay Tax On It?

5 July 2017,
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A gift of €30,000 from your parents could potentially be liable to capital acquisitions tax (CAT). CAT would be payable by you, the beneficiary […]


23 May 2017

Ruling Helps Mortgage Holders In Debt Write-offs

23 May 2017,
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Insolvent homeowners will have a greater chance of being able to secure the write-off of unaffordable mortgage debts following an important High Court judgment. Read more […]


23 May 2017

The Pension Conundrum: To Transfer Or Not

23 May 2017,
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Consider this. You’re 63 and are trying to decide how best to fund your retirement. You have been quoted a transfer value of €487,500 […]


9 May 2017

Offsetting A Capital Loss Against A Capital Gain

9 May 2017,
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I made a loss on a foreign property a number of years ago. The property was declared and fully compliant with Revenue. At the time of […]


24 April 2017

8 Tax Reliefs Every Farmer Over 65 Should Know

24 April 2017,
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The average age of a farmer in Ireland is currently 60 which means that a substantial number are over 65 and leading healthy and […]