As specialised tax experts and money advisors to contractors and freelancers we have a range of solutions to suit every need.
Many contractors find the process of getting their tax and payment in order stressful, confusing and time-consuming. We offer a range of Umbrella Company or Private Limited Company solutions designed to maximise tax efficiencies and net take home pay and to minimise paperwork headaches.
How it works
We send an invoice on your behalf to your agency.
We make onward payment to you on a same-day basis.
If you wish to retain your Class A PRSI status and if you are on a short-term contract or don't want to set up your own company, this may be the solution for you.
If you are on a higher daily rate and either have a short-term contract or simply don't want to set up your own company, this may be the solution for you.
How it works
We set you up with your own limited company.
We send you our detailed, and jargon free guide to using your new company.
On a monthly basis, simply send us your expenses, invoices and bank statements and we do the rest!
How much can you earn?
Request a personalised illustrative take home pay calculation
Some of the most frequently asked questions we get from UK contractors who are interested in taking up a contract in Ireland and invoicing through their UK Limited Company are:
“What taxes do I pay if contracting in Ireland with a UK Limited Company?”
“When am I required to start paying Irish tax?”
Most people have an awareness of the 183 day rule, but this rule is also commonly misunderstood and leads contractors to incorrectly assume that if they are in Ireland for less than 183 days, they don’t have to think about the Irish tax system or pay Irish taxes.
Here’s our overview guide of how Irish taxes are applied for different contract lengths.
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