Our Shares Knowledge Hub provides information to people that have received share awards or share options from their employer.
Sometimes, employees assume their broker or employer has looked after paying all of their taxes and filing the necessary returns however this is not the case. The onus is on you to calculate the tax and file the necessary tax returns.
If you have received company share awards or share options and you want to make sure everything if filed correctly, we can help you. We offer a FREE initial consultation to all new clients. You can contact us today to book yours.
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Read our expert answers to your Shares questions
What is an RTSO1?
I have received share options from my employer and was told to fill in an RTSO1 form. What is this?Find out more
I paid tax on Share Options in payroll, do I need to pay tax again?
I have received share options every year for 3 years from my employer. The income tax was deducted on my payroll. I am planning on selling them, do I need to pay Capital Gains Tax?Find out more
When is CGT due when I sell Share Options?
I have sold shares and made a profit. I know that income tax was deducted on my payroll. Do I need to pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) and if so when?Find out more
I am part of an Unapproved Share Scheme. What tax do I need to pay?
I just started working with a US firm and I will get shares twice a year worth about €30,000 in total. The letter I get says it is an ‘unapproved scheme’. What tax do I need to pay?Find out more
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