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Completing a share income tax return

  • 10-12-2020 8:41pm
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 999 ✭✭✭


    Hi

    I have a share account with Davy - I bought irish banks shares and saw all the money disappear. The nominee account has been active so I cashed out everything 50K netted me the princely sum of 1250€ back.

    I opened a degiro account this year. I got some dividends and made some profits but the portfolio overall is break even.

    Does anyone have an idiots guide to submitting a share tax return. Also the loss can this be carried forward indefinitely?

    I assume dividends are paid at your rate of PAYE tax rate?

    For the shares do I simply need to complete the CGT form?

    DO i need to pay any tax in this calendar year?

    Thanks.

    R


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