How to Avoid or Survive a Revenue Audit

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How to avoid or survive a Revenue Audit in Ireland

Like it or not, if you are a person that runs their own business in Ireland, there is a very high chance that at some stage in your business journey you will be selected for a Revenue Audit.

These can be incredibly stressful times for the business owner if you are not prepared for what is involved and if you have no awareness as to how to make the process run seamlessly.

Let Clever Burdy show you how to avoid a Revenue Audit that has been triggered by something you may have done or could unknowingly be about to do. Have you considered the procedures you have in place or examined the books and records you are legally obliged to maintain for Revenue?  Or if you have been selected for audit, let us walk you through what to do, what to expect and how to negate or avoid Revenue penalties or interest. Forearmed is forewarned has never been so true.

This course covers:

  • What triggers an audit
  • The e-audit process
  • The desk audit process
  • The consequences of constant errors
  • Late filing
  • Multiple amendments
  • The Revenue radar
  • Consistency – what does this mean?
  • Qualifying disclosures
  • Who must be present at an audit?
  • Books and records required
  • Digital versus paper
Who should do this course?

All business owners, company directors office managers, administrators, bookkeepers and anyone with an interest in Revenue Audits should do this course.

How long will this course take to complete?

This course will take approx 1 hour to watch in its’ entirety.

Is this course a tax deductible expense for my business?

Yes absolutely! If you have purchased this course for the purpose of improving your business systems and procedures then it is a 100% tax deductible expense.

How long will I have access to this course?

You will have access to the “How to Avoid or Survive a Revenue Audit” course for 3 months / 90 days from the date of purchase. After this point your access and permissions will expire.

Do I need to be the “numbers” person or have tax knowledge?

You do not need to be the person responsible for the bookkeeping and/or accountancy of a business to benefit from this course. In fact, many office managers and office administrators that have completed this course have successfully implemented valuable procedures in their place of work after learning valuable tips on maintaining books and records and the benefit of efficient procedures.