CRSS: Steps to take if a business has already claimed the restart week payment in anticipation of reopening on 5 July 2021, but where the business remains “significantly restricted”

Please see Revenue note in relation to the above, which is self-explanatory.   There may be circumstances where, due to a business having anticipated there would be a further easing of restrictions on 5 July 2021, the business already made a claim for the triple restart week...

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Re-opening of indoor dining update

Following the announcement today (Tuesday), that the re-opening of indoor dining will not proceed as planned, pending the implementation of a system to verify vaccination or immunity, the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, has confirmed that businesses who remain closed or significantly restricted under...

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Update June 2021 on VAT/PAYE

Revenue have recently issued updated guidance on debt warehousing as regards VAT and PAYE liabilities. You will recall that Revenue had previously issued guidance, allowing businesses to “warehouse” their VAT and PAYE liabilities at a 0% interest cost.  Businesses could avail of this 0% interest cost...

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Tourism Sector

The 9% reduced VAT rate for hospitality is to be extended until 1 September 2022.   In addition, Fáilte Ireland will continue its support initiatives including through its Business Continuity Scheme or equivalent schemes.   Arts: Government will consider a range of recommendations in relation to Arts and Culture,...

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