Buying a Car in the UK – Best Way to Pay

There can be some big savings to be made by buying a used car from Northern Ireland or Britain and bringing it to Ireland . In the first 6 months of  2019 almost 40% of all car registrations were on imported cars.  The number of imported private cars licensed increased by 2.8% compared with the […]
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Importing a Car from the UK into Ireland

The threat of Brexit has resulted in a substantial drop in the value of Sterling Vs the Euro – and in recent months this has helped to make importing a car from the UK into Ireland more affordable. The UK has a bigger choice of used cars than here in Ireland –  usually with better […]
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Irish VAT Changes in 2019

Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax charged on the sale of most goods and  services in Ireland. There were some changes to VAT rates announced in Budget 2019 – and these changes started from January 1st 2019. The main change was the withdrawal of the special 9% rate for most tourism related activites – […]
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Tax Deferral for People affected by Flooding

Tax Deferral for some affected by Flooding Revenue have announced the following news  to help ease the burden on people and businesses impacted by flooding: a) Property owners whose principal private residence has been flooded and who are in receipt of assistance through the Department of Social Protection Humanitarian Relief Fund can apply to have […]
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