Category Archives: Income Tax

What about small time landlords?

With less than 1 per cent of tenancies resulting in formal complaints, why are landlords seen as the ‘bad guys’? When it comes to landlords, the most common assumption is that if he/she is a small-time landlord, he/she will not do a good job of managing a property. The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) doesn’t provide […]

A flat line that bodes well for property

(this article is taken from Karl Deeter’s original article in the Sunday Business Post 4th September 2016) Property prices are on an upward spiral, and no one, including the government, can stop them An explanation is not an endorsement, so the cries of ‘unfair’ when I try to explain that there is a very high […]

It isn’t too early to file a form 11

You can file your 2014 income tax return at any time after the 1st of January 2015. This can be done via an accountant who will likely use ROS (the Revenue Online Service), or you can do it yourself at the website by using PAYE anytime. People often leave their tax returns until the […]

Tonight with Vincent Browne: Budget night 2015

This is Karl Deeter’s contribution to the Vincent Browne show on TV3 the night of Budget 2015.

Buy in haste and repent at leisure…

This article originally appeared in the Sunday Business Post’s new property supplement on the 5th of October 2014. A vibrant economy must house all people, not just those who aspire to holding a deed in their hand. In late 2013, I was tasked with bidding on a few derelict properties; one had an enforcement order […]

Some thoughts on budget 2013 and why it’s so sneaky

The expression ‘at least Dick Turpin wore a mask’ is used to describe the times somebody robs you blind right to your face. This week I’m sure almost every person in the country could identify with that statement as they watched the twin forces of Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin unleash cuts that hurt just about everybody, at least they didn’t discriminate. A few weeks ago I wrote about the way that politicians will hammer regular people always and without fail, a few of you wrote back saying it didn’t have to be like that, and my response was (and is) that it remains the fastest and easiest road to take, which is why people of every political ideology end up doing it.

Secret savings in life insurance

Lots of time is spent in finance columns where the writer is really trying to demonstrate how smart they are rather than showing you a way to save money. I don’t try to prove I’m smart because the truth is I’m a regular person like anybody else, but what I am good at is practical advice that works. Which is why this week I’m going to share one of finances best kept secrets, it’s how to get tax relief on your life insurance! You can call any life insurance company and probably never be offered what I am going to show you today, but trust me, it is both true and accurate.

Tax back, medical allowances and pensions

We spoke to TV3’s The Morning Show about claiming allowances, tax returns and pensions

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P35 & RCT deadline approaching – filing 2011 P35 & RCT’s

A p35 is a year end return showing who you employed as an employee during the tax year 2011 (from the 1st of January to the 31st of December). It shows who was employed, their tax number, the USC, PAYE and other taxes deducted. Think of it as a breakdown of your employee payroll for the year.