Tax Magic 2011

By: Taxworld  05/12/2011
Keywords: tax, tax planning, income tax

Chapter 1 Tax basics

The Irish tax system

Chapter 2 Income tax

Persons liable to income tax



Ordinary residence


Summary of residence, ordinary residence and domicile

Computing your income tax

Income tax computation for the tax year 2011

Chapter 3 PRSI

The PRSI system

Employed contributors

Self-employed contributors

Universal social charge (USC)

Chapter 4 Capital gains tax

Persons liable to capital gains tax

Residence, ordinary residence, and domicile

Married couples

Computing your capital gains tax

Capital gains tax computation for the tax year 2011

Chapter 5 Corporation tax

Persons liable to corporation tax

Company residence

Incorporating a business

Computing your corporation tax

Sale and purchase of a business carried on by a company

Chapter 6 Value-added tax (VAT)

Persons who must register for VAT

VAT rates

VAT on property transactions

Computing your VAT liability

Chapter 7 Capital acquisitions tax

Capital acquisitions tax

Persons liable to capital acquisitions tax

Computing your CAT liability

CAT planning

Chapter 8 Stamp duties

Documents and transactions liable to stamp duties

Computing your stamp duty

Chapter 9 Farmers

Tax planning for farmers

Income tax

Corporation tax

Capital gains tax


Capital acquisitions tax

Stamp duties

Chapter 10 Charities

Regulation of charities

Charitable purposes

Acquiring charitable exemption

Chapter 11 Marriage breakdown

General issues

Tax consequences of marital breakdown

Chapter 12 The inspector calls

Proper records

Revenue powers

Revenue audit

Chapter 13 Business by business guide

Business issues

Chapter 14 International tax

Investing in foreign property

Chapter 15 Wealth magic

Reality check

Financial plan

Wealth creation

Risk management

Estate planning

Chapter 16 Tax planning

Tax planning

Case studies

Keywords: Capital Gains Tax, income tax, tax, tax planning

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