The rockin’ and gorgeously groovy Anna Heney-Jones from Bookworx Greystones has been in touch about a special May offer.
Aimed primarily at plumbers, labourers, carpenters, painters, welders and all the other fixers of DIY, the aim of Bookworx is to sort out all your Revenue dealings.
Including making sure that, hey, you’re not paying too much tax.
Take it away, young Anna…
Are you a tradesman? Due to popular demand, Bookworx Greystones is extending their Tradesman Month offer to the whole of May.
What does this mean? Well, if you working as a plumber, labourer, carpenter, painter or welder – basically, you know, a tradesman – this is the month for you to contact Bookworx.
If you are self-employed, for a reasonable monthly fee ( which you can also deduct as as expense) we will take over ALL of the nasty Revenue stuff – so you can get on with your business, and leave all of the correspondence, returns, queries and hassle to Bookworx.
For the month of May, we are offering a tradesman discount of 20%.
If you are an employee within construction, there is a good chance that you are paying too much tax. And no one wants to pay too much tax. Over 20 jobs within this industry have a higher tax free allowance (meaning you don’t pay as much tax), but you have to inform the Revenue of this. Bookworx can not only claim this back for you for the past four years, but will rectify your tax so that you aren’t paying as much in future.
As always, Bookworx offers a friendly, open-door, no-jargon approach to tax.
Situated above the GAA complex, you can get in touch with Anna through the Bookworx Facebook page, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 0868585406. You can also check out our December 2018 interview with Anna here.
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