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Podcast105: A Huge Tax Saving On Investments – A Tale Of 2 Cities

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Podcast105: A Huge Tax Saving On Investments – A Tale Of 2 Cities

17th September 2018

Paddy Delaney

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Charles Dickens’ novel about Dr. Manette, his 18 year incarceration in Paris and subsequent relocation to London to spend time with his daughter Lucie, and all the messing that apparently ensued is meant to be quite a read. I haven’t managed it myself but am reliably informed that I should. Some day I will, as soon as I have read every investment and retirement planning book in existence! A Tale of 2 Cities was set against the back-drop of the run-up to the French Revolution and one could potentially say that there may be a revolution ahead in terms of investing in Ireland, there is a groundswell building around the inconsistencies in how investments are taxed and the access to various investment options. This week we explore the tax implications of investing in 2 different vehicles in Ireland, what tax an investor will pay, and the net impact that that means over the term of an investment. It’s an investment tale of 2 cities as such……I know, a very tenuous link indeed!

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