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Older farmers to benefit from capital gains tax changes
Declan O’Brien
But the new regime could have serious implications for the inter-generational transfer of successful family-owned agribusinesses.
27 March 2024 Dealer
New signing for ifac from IFA
A qualified accountant and tax adviser, Kissane is to take up the role of head of public sector services and economics.
29 February 2024 News
Former ifac headquarters sells for €3.28m in online auction
Building was no longer used by ifac, which has its headquarters in Kilkenny.
ifac continues expansion strategy with Tipperary acquisition
Company said the purchase of Carrick-on-Suir firm strengthens Munster presence.
2 February 2024 News
Taking the complexity out of farm transfers
There are numerous steps which can be taken to ensure a farm is transferred to the desired destination and associated costs are minimised.
31 January 2024 News
Increase in part-time farmers setting up companies – ifac
Tax considerations and a strengthened ability to invest is driving more medium-sized farmers to consider incorporating, ifac's Martin Clarke told the Teagasc national sheep conference.
24 January 2024 News
Fair Deal and succession - the biggest issues for Irish farmers
IFAC Irish farm report 2024 shows that while there is concern about input costs and profits, Fair Deal and succession worry almost all farmers.
17 January 2024 News
When to become a company and when to stay as a sole trader
The advantages from incorporation are clearest for the most profitable operations, write Marty Murphy and Stephen Finn.
12 January 2024 BLANK
Minimise proportion of your income going to the taxman
Lorcan Roche Kelly outlines tax-saving tips to help your business.
10 January 2024 l2
There are plenty of ways to reduce your tax liability
Knowing the options available, and some planning, can lead to significant savings, write Marty Murphy and Stephen Finn.
10 January 2024 BLANK