Cross Border Worker Employed by a German Company

Cross Border Worker Employed by a German Company

An Irish individual working for a German company came to us seeking advice on her tax obligations. Because she commuted weekly to Germany but resided in Ireland, she was uncertain about her tax obligations and whether taxes withheld from her salary in Germany were final. She also wanted to ensure her social insurance record was […]

Navigating Cross-Border Tax Challenges for an Irish Director Relocating to Portugal

Navigating Cross-Border Tax Challenges for an Irish Director Relocating to Portugal

A company director (an Irish resident) and his wife sought assistance in managing their tax affairs as they planned to relocate to Portugal while maintaining their Irish company and retaining investment properties in the Middle East. The couple wanted to move forward with their move, knowing their tax obligations were in order and wouldn’t negatively […]

Clarifying Cross-Border Taxation for a Remote Worker

Clarifying Cross-Border Taxation for a Remote Worker

An Irish individual had spent several years working in London for a UK company. However, due to the pandemic, the individual decided to relocate back to Ireland while continuing to work remotely for the UK employer.  During this time, the individual sold a property in the UK and purchased a family home in Ireland. As […]

Determining US Business ‘S Corp’ Tax Obligations

Determining US Business ‘S Corp’ Tax Obligations

An individual, along with his Irish wife and young family, decided to relocate from the US to Ireland. As the owner of a US S Corporation, he faced uncertainties regarding the taxation of his business entity in Ireland.  Additionally, he required clarity on potential payroll obligations in Ireland, considering his previous employment under a W2 […]

Navigating a Foreign Domicile Tax Position

Navigating a Foreign Domicile Tax Position

A UK couple residing in Ireland contacted us, faced with uncertainties regarding their domicile status and tax implications. With significant UK property investments, family ties in the UK, and a desire to plan for the future transfer of their wealth to their children, they sought guidance on their tax obligations and optimal strategies.

Resolving a ‘Mixed Funds’ Mess for US Retirees

Resolving a ‘Mixed Funds’ Mess for US Retirees

A retired US couple with a deep affinity for Ireland reached out to us. They had embarked on a new journey as chaplains in Ireland, but due to a lack of tax planning and their failure to seek professional advice until after their arrival — they faced significant complications.

Ensuring Tax Clarity for a US Citizen and Business Owner Retiring to Ireland

Ensuring Tax Clarity for a US Citizen and Business Owner Retiring to Ireland

At Expat Taxes, we were contacted by a US citizen who had built a successful business in the United States and was now planning to retire in Ireland with his wife. With the goal of relocating, they faced uncertainties regarding Irish and US tax rules and their final tax liability in Ireland.  They also required […]

Simplifying Tax Compliance for a UN Pension Retiree

Simplifying Tax Compliance for a UN Pension Retiree

A UN pension retiree presented to us with a diverse work history across various countries, seeking guidance on reporting their foreign state pension and UN pension in Ireland. Uncertain about their tax obligations, they were unsure of when and how much tax to pay, potentially leading to concerns about non-compliance.

An Airline Pilot Navigating Cross-Border Tax Compliance

An Airline Pilot Navigating Cross-Border Tax Compliance

We worked with a UK-born airline pilot who resided in Ireland with his family, but travelled to the UK once a week to work on aircrafts serving UK airports. Triggering Irish tax residency, but with UK taxes being deducted at source due to his irregular long-haul flight schedule, our client required advice and support in […]

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