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I probably could have finished that sentence with the words “apart from all the other advantages” Welcome back to the “You ask we answer” series of blogs that we do which are based on the questions that our clients ask us. I thought this might be a topical question n...
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Selling the family home

November 28, 2019
Do I pay tax if I sell my family home? You ask we answer We are just over the Income Tax return deadline so are all able to take a collective breath and roll on to the next deadlines which are coming thick and fast. Thanks to the team in here it was a very well organised and...
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Having no cash will land a business in trouble - even a profitable one.  Unfortunately, profitable businesses aren’t exempt from the necessity of maintaining healthy cash flow.  There’s a reason the phrase ‘cash is king’ exists. The King doesn’t get demot...
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With booming tech and tourism sectors in Ireland, not to mention increasing numbers of students attending Irish universities, colleges and institutes, demand for rental properties has never been greater. In fact, the average monthly rent in Ireland is the highest it’s been...
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I had a call with Noel, a potential client, on Wednesday, who I met at a Google seminar in the Theatre Royal. He is a Kilkenny man like me and interested in hurling too so we have a good discussion on the injustice of the Richie Hogan red card! He has a number of rental prop...
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We can’t start off without mentioning the hurling. What an amazing weekend of hurling and I was just delighted with the Cats victory over Limerick on Saturday evening. We were hugely outnumbered by confident Limerick supporters. 6 Limerick fans to one Kilkenny fan would be...
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We are back to the normality of the working week after such an exciting weekend of sport and music with the Munster and Leinster hurling finals and Glastonbury to calm us all down afterwards. The Cats & Tipp would have started as favourites with Kilkenny on quite familiar te...
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We are back with our blog series on business exit planning on what is a gorgeous sunny day out there, even though it is a Monday. Elections are over and while we know most of the people that got in we are still waiting on the results of the European and mayoral one. Never do...
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This relief applies on the disposal of your business assets once you are over 55 provided certain conditions are met. There are two different reliefs, one on the disposal of business assets outside of your family and the other on the disposal of assets to family members. Des...
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To continue on with our theme of doing various blogs around business succession I thought it would be useful to look at the main tax head on a disposal or transfer of a business, which is Capital Gains Tax [CGT]. The current rate of CGT is 33% which means that you hand over ...
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