Clampdown on Spanish tax law
The Spanish tax authorities are clamping down on a weakness in the property tax system which allows sellers and vendors to undervalue the price of a property in order to minimise their tax bill.More...
Thousands may be hit with hefty tax bill
Caroline Crawford, Evening Herald
YOUNG Irish people who have brought abroad are set to be targeted by the taxman.More...
The Irish Tax Office has begun investigating Ireland’s lead estate agents to record the names of those who bought property abroad over past years.
Business Ireland Spring 2007
“The Midas Touch”
From unique to established, the property map for investors is a diverse as individual tastes require. In this special report, Business Ireland looks at the property hot spots savvy Irish investors are choosing around the world.More...
The Sunday Business Post
- Property Expo 2007 -
"Avoid turning your dream into a disaster"
A big risk Irish investors face is the issue of taxation in an unknown market. The manner in which tax systems work across jurisdictions can confuse Irish investors and lead to problems down the line.More...