Tag Archives: Tax savings

Capital Gains Tax Tips

I am off to Tayto Park. Not being the bravest I will do the roller coasters and will love them when I am getting off. Between theme parks and the start of the hurling it is a very exciting weekend. You’d have to fancy Waterford against Tipp on Sunday given recent form and the home

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

“Should I stay or should I go now? Should I stay or should I go now? If I go there will be trouble And if I stay it will be double. So come on and let me know” The Clash It’s sunny but cold here in Tramore. A sun cream and woolly hat sort of

Business Property Relief in Action

Hello there. It’s less than a month to Christmas and not a child in the house washed. Sure, we can get a 25% discount on soap and Head & Shoulders with a Black Friday deal. I am smothering with a head cold. I took my first antigen test on Wednesday and the line told me

Top Tax Tips – Renting Out Property- Part 2

There’s a spring in the step of the Tramore seagulls this morning. They have heard about the abolition of the inter county travel ban. More people equals more food. Happy days. Hair will get back to normal in two weeks and we will be more beautiful again. Bouncers that worked in pubs could get a

10 Top Tax Tips – Renting Out Property – Part 1

Greetings from Tramore. Another very promising day here. The washing is on the line, the Super League is dead in the water. Jose Mourinho is gone from Spurs. Another big payoff! I only found out about that on Tuesday night given the furore over the Super League. Greed and avarice took hold of the 12

Property – Stamp Duty & Your Labour

It’s a balmy 9 degrees in Tramore but plenty of Sunshine and a 1% chance of rain. If it rains today, I will be getting onto the developers of that free app on my phone! Not quite break out the cider and soak up the rays in the back garden yet, but the fact that

Family Wages – Keeping It In The Family

We are back after a week off. I was moving house, so packing, cleaning, and scrubbing took preference to our weekly blog. I still managed to indulge in plenty of chocolate on Easter Sunday though! I haven’t gone far, only up the hill in Tramore, so my sea view has gone. I do a bit

Business Supports – What’s out there?

We are halfway through January. The weather has picked up, so we only need 3 layers for the walks. Dry January didn’t start and watching Ireland’s fittest family is the closest I have come to sweat. But there is hope on the sporting front. Man Utd have found themselves top of the Premier League and

Tax Saving Tips – Part 2

Hard luck to Waterford last weekend. What can you say? They came up against a team that was on fire on the day. Limerick were like a human wrecking ball that smashed everything before them. Their whole team was excellent and had 3 or 4 wonder performances on top of that. Huge credit to Waterford