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Sunday 2 September, 2018

Opinion: 'Earn money on the side? Fear of the taxman isn't a reason not to file your tax return'
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Opinion: 'Earn money on the side? Fear of the taxman isn't a reason not to file your tax return'

Sep 2nd 2018, 8:45 AM 25,996 Views 31 Comments

‘Being in business means paying taxes on earnings’, writes Barry Flanagan.

Sunday 17 June, 2018

Column: 5 ways to get money back from the taxman
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Column: 5 ways to get money back from the taxman

Jun 17th 2018, 3:00 PM 70,801 Views 19 Comments

Millions of euro in tax refunds goes unclaimed by the Irish public every year, writes Barry Flanagan.

Monday 7 August, 2017

Column: 'In practice, how much help is the Help to Buy for first-time buyers?'
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# Help To Buy Scheme

Column: 'In practice, how much help is the Help to Buy for first-time buyers?'

Aug 7th 2017, 3:00 PM 10,089 Views 21 Comments

It depends largely on your personal circumstances. But if you are thinking of applying for this scheme then you would be wise to assess your eligibility and your options ASAP, writes Barry Flanagan.

Sunday 2 July, 2017

Cryptocurrencies: 'Lack of regulation means investors can make a lot of money fast'
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Cryptocurrencies: 'Lack of regulation means investors can make a lot of money fast'

Jul 2nd 2017, 3:30 PM 21,430 Views 41 Comments

There’s nothing cryptic about your cryptocurrency tax obligations though, writes Barry Flanagan.

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Friday 12 February, 2016

P60 – What do I need to know before I banish it to the back of a drawer?
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P60 – What do I need to know before I banish it to the back of a drawer?

Feb 12th 2016, 7:00 AM 12,974 Views 29 Comments

P60 forms are often ‘filed’ in a drawer never to be seen again. However, it’s an important document.