Ireland has seen a strong spell of good weather over the last few weeks, and many green-fingered tradesmen are taking on some additional evening and weekend work, and putting their skills to good use.
Such work for neighbours, friends and family is usually of a casual nature. However, it is the gardener’s responsibility to consider adequate liability/tradesman insurance is in place to cover any damages to the public whilst carrying out their services, should something go wrong. Those carrying out services such as tree-felling may have higher premiums than those cutting grass, due to the additional risk.
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Despite the spending cuts and tax increases we reported earlier in the week, this week’s budget had some positive news for unemployed tradesmen who are considering setting up their own business.
A tax break has been announced to incentivise a boost to the stagnant construction industry in Ireland. The ‘Start Your Own Business Scheme’ announced will provide a two-year exemption on income tax for people who have been unemployed for 15 months or more and start-up a new unincorporated business. This is in addition to the Home Renovation Initiative (HRI) which will provide an income tax credit of 13.5% for homeowners on home improvement expenditure of between €5,000 and €35,000.
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