Author Archives: Pierse Fitzgibbon

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Stamp Duty Relief for Land

In the most recent budget the rate of Stamp Duty on non-residential property transactions increased from 2% to 6% with effect from midnight on 10th October 2017. It was expected that the budget would increase the rate of stamp duty for non- residential property although the extent of the increase which was announced was not…Read More

Health and well being for all our Team

On Saturday 26th May the Pierse Fitzgibbon team attended a talk with Tom Coleman, a Nutritional & Health Consultant.  The overall goal of the sessions was to “raise awareness, empower clients to improve their health, reduce risk behaviors, deal with Stress, manage their work/life balance better and reduce the impact of poor sleep practices, Food & Nutrition…Read More

Inheritance Tax

As a beneficiary in a will, you only pay inheritance tax if your benefit exceeds a certain amount. This is called the threshold. Any amount below the threshold is tax free. The amount of the threshold will vary depending on your relationship with the deceased. You will have to pay tax on any inheritance exceeding…Read More

What is the Credit Control Register?

The Central Credit Register (the Register) is the centralised system that collects and stores information about loans.  The Central Bank of Ireland operates the Register under the Credit Reporting Act, 2013.  The Register began to collect personal and credit information from lenders about consumer loans on the 30th June 2017.  This information is stored securely…Read More