Worried about tax compliance
Unsure what records to keep?
Need help with VAT returns?
If, like many business owners, you are not confident that you have the knowledge to manage your tax affairs yourself, this is where GroForth can help.
Whether it’s registering for VAT or VIES, preparing for a Revenue desk audit or checking that you have the necessary documentation for your tax return, our team is on hand to answer your tax queries.
We provide tax compliance support for sole traders, entrepreneurial start-ups and SMEs.
Our services can be tailored to suit your individual needs and include bookkeeping and payroll support. Good record keeping is essential to avoid problems with Revenue which is why many of our clients outsource their bookkeeping and payroll to GroForth.
We can also help with:
GroForth provides tax compliance services for businesses across Ireland. Sectors we work with include beauty, healthcare, wellness, retail, hospitality and technology. We also provide support for accounting firms to help cope with capacity constraints during busy periods.
For many GroForth clients, a key benefit of outsourcing their tax compliance to us is the peace of mind they get from knowing their accounts are up to date and they are ready to meet their tax filing deadlines. Other benefits include:
You can elect to register for VAT or when you meet the VAT thresholds which can be found here.
When your business trades zero-rate goods, services or both to a VAT registered trader in another EU Member State must submit a VAT Information Exchange System (VIES) return.
Revenue should be notified immediately after entering into a relevant contract with a subcontractor. Before submitting the RCT contract notification, you must get and keep documentary evidence proving the identity of the subcontractor. Before you make a payment to a subcontractor, you must submit a payment notification to Revenue indicating the gross amount of the intended payment.
Tax deductions made must be paid to Revenue monthly by the 23rd of the month which follows the return period.
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