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Did you buy a property in Ireland between 2011 – …

Did you buy a property in Ireland between 2011 – 2014 under the scheme where it is exempt from capital gains tax if kept for 7 years?

The 2018 budget has reduced the holding period to 4 years. Good news for investors looking to sell.

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/personal-finance/christmas-and-a-cgt-exemption-comes-early-for-investors-1.3252596?mode=amp

The 2016 Irish tax deadline is fast approaching. …

The 2016 Irish tax deadline is fast approaching. Individual income tax returns are due 31 October 2017. Extensions are available if the tax return is lodged electronically with payment before 14 November 2017. If you have earned Irish income between 1 January – 31 December 2016 and have not yet submitted your return, please contact us to assist. https://www.facebook.com/irishtax/

We have been made aware that an email coming from …

We have been made aware that an email coming from clancy@irishtaxs.com is asking clients to click a link and sign into their Dropbox folders.

Please be advised that this is not our domain name or one of our email addresses. We do not use Dropbox to send files to clients to view. Please do not click the link and provide personal details.

Our IT team have confirmed that our systems & emails are secure and there is no risk to any personal data that we have on file. We have also been advised that the link in the email has now been disabled.

If you have received a suspicious email purporting to be from us and have any concerns, please forward it to info@irishtax.com.au and we will forward it to our IT team to investigate.

Do you have a house in Ireland that was rented out …

Do you have a house in Ireland that was rented out at any time between 1 January – 31 December 2016?

Regardless of where you now live or if the property is profitable or not for tax purposes – you are still required to submit an Irish tax return for 2016 to declare rental profit/loss to the Irish tax authorities. Returns are due 31 October 2017. Please contact us for more information or if you would like any assistance with filing Irish tax returns for 2016 or earlier years.

Please message us via this page or email info@irishtax.com.au for more information.