Registering for tax can have implications for your business, so before you register for tax, it is vital you call us. Our experts will let you know which types of tax you have to apply for (depending on your circumstances), and those you do not have to apply for.
VAT may (or may not) be a requirement for your business. If the business is registered for VAT then it can generally cliam back the VAT on the costs it has incurred but it also needs to charge VAT on the products it is selling – in some instances it can be often better not to register but this is only in certain circumstances. Our experts will go through your requirements before your tax registration and ensure your registration details are specific to your particular circumstances.
Customers intending to trade (Supply/Acquire Goods or Services from any EU member state) with businesses elsewhere in the EU should apply for ‘Intra-EU’ status, which will enable them to make zero-rated intra-Community acquisitions. Having an ‘Intra- EU’ status will also cause the customer to be registered automatically for VIES reporting obligations. (Customers are obliged to make a VIES return when they make a zero-rated supply to a trader in another EU member state.
If the business is going to pay staff a salary (including paying the Directors) then it needs to register as an employer (subject to certain restrictions).
Just complete our order form below, and our experts will call you back for a consultation, assess the company’s tax needs, and which taxes it should register for, and we complete the Tax Registration Documentation for Corporation Tax, Domestic Irish VAT, and PAYE for you at the cost of €100 plus VAT.