Taxation in Ireland

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Revenue is writing to about 12,000 Airbnb hosts warning them that they are liable to pay tax on cash earned from letting their properties to visitors. Airbnb has provided tax authorities with details of residents in the Republic who have used its site to let rooms, apartments or houses to tourists and other visitors.

The Irish Tax Institute says workers across all salary levels continue to pay more personal tax than they did ten years ago, despite a programme of personal tax reductions over the last seven years.

Some European Union members may press Ireland to drop its opposition to wide-ranging corporate tax reform in return for the bloc’s backing on Brexit, a person familiar with the matter said.

Ireland’s Office of the Revenue Commissioners is working with Accenture to pilot the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and provide services to citizens via a virtual assistant.

The Government plans to overhaul property tax to avoid a “timebomb” ahead of a general election, the Sunday Business Post reported. The paper said that Revenue documents showed that the Government intended scrapping the single property tax rate – tied to a home’s value – in favour of a new system based on where people […]

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