The distance selling rules only apply to sales you make to customers who are not VAT registered. They apply to any type of sale, however, so include sales via your website, by phone, or by mail order.
Setting up a company in Ireland and what books to keep For a limited company in Ireland, you need a director, and a secretary
Investors into European Union (EU) countries and countries where Ireland has signed a double tax treaty can save tax by using an Irish holding company for their investments
Under Revenue’s Small Benefits Exemption Scheme you can give employees a small benefit of up to €500 in value, tax-free, each year. This benefit must not be in cash.
Rent a Room Relief allows householders to rent a room or rooms in their property free of income tax, PRSI or USC up to a maximum of €14,000 per year. This amount includes any payments made to the householders for electricity etc.
VAT is short for Value Added Tax and it is a tax that is paid on most goods and services at every stage of production and distribution. As a business owner, you may need to register your business for VAT and charge VAT on your goods/services.
VAT is usually charged on top of your usual sale price when you are selling to private consumers in Ireland. Your customer pays the VAT over to you and you are then responsible for reporting and paying this VAT to Revenue.