Month: February 2004

What Expenses Can I Claim on My Property?

Your tax liability for rental income is calculated as the Rental Income less Allowable Rent Expenses.  So what expenses are allowable? Generally, expenses incurred that are exclusively relating to your property and are not a capital expenditure can be claimed.  This is best examined by…

Rent a Room Scheme

  The Rent a Room scheme was introduced to allow hard up home owners to rent out rooms in their house and, here's the good part, not pay tax on it! If you rent a room or rooms in your home to private tenants, the…

Tips for Landlords

  When deciding to rent out your property, you need to make sure it's in safe hands and that the property is returned to you at the end of the lease period in an acceptable condition. Finding the right tenants for your property can be…

Types of Tenancy in Ireland

  The agreement between a landlord and a tenant is called a lease or a tenancy. A tenancy does not have to be written down. There are different types of tenancies in Ireland. The most common are Periodic tenancies, or Fixed-term tenancies. Periodic Tenancy A…

Landlords Rights and Obligations

  A landlord in Ireland is the owner of land or a building owner who has leased that land, building or a part of the land or building, to another person. The person a landlord rents this land or building to, is called a 'tenant'.…
Rental Guide

Rental Guide

  A Guide to renting for renters! Finding a place to rent Be Picky Negotiate your Rent Contract & Legal Issues Deposits The Landlords Right of Entry Insure your belongings If disputes arise If the Landlord wants you to leave We all know buying a…
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