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DEGIRO personal accountant

  • 28-10-2019 9:45pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 882 ygolometsipe


    Hi


    If you use Degiro, do you do your taxes yourself or do you use a personal

    account?
    If you use an accountant, can you recommend any in Dublin?


    I just completed the eform 12 for dividends and Form CG1 for capital gains for 2018. It was a bit more complex than I thought. I am now in the process
    of calculating how much CGT I have to pay before Dec 15.


    I feel like I can do 90% of it myself but I wouldn't mind paying an accountant to check it over, any advise on how to go about doing that.



    Thanks


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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,435 ✭✭✭ TiGeR KiNgS


    Hi


    If you use Degiro, do you do your taxes yourself or do you use a personal

    account?
    If you use an accountant, can you recommend any in Dublin?


    I just completed the eform 12 for dividends and Form CG1 for capital gains for 2018. It was a bit more complex than I thought. I am now in the process
    of calculating how much CGT I have to pay before Dec 15.


    I feel like I can do 90% of it myself but I wouldn't mind paying an accountant to check it over, any advise on how to go about doing that.



    Thanks

    DeGiro gives you the CGT gain/loss amount and related fees/duties.
    deduct €1,270 from the taxable amount
    deduct any CGT losses forward (if any)
    multiply by 33%

    Thats your CGT due.


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