Yes. Irish tax office are very very helpful. If shares are held directly, not in a nominee account, they can guide you through the process and it is not too difficult. If your shares are held in a nominee account or in an ISA some companies will do the claim for you and some will not. I moved from Hargreaves Lansdown because, although they made 1 claim on my behalf and got my tax refunded they would not repeat for future years and would not claim for anyone else. I moved to Idealing and they claim automatically every year. There are other dealers which do this but I do not know their names.
RE: DGO and the acquisition rumors
and this is an excellent article about oil from FORBES: http://www.forbes.com/sites/christopherhelman/2014/10/20/why-harold-hamm-isnt-worried-about-plunging-oil-prices/
Any UK domiciled Dragon Oil shareholders have experience with claiming back the Irish Dividend Withholding Tax?
22 Oct '14
Haven't seen the rebound that other oil and gas stocks have seen. Would expect this to hit £5.50+ if they either review the Petroceltic offer OR withdraw from discussions. I think we would be paying around 30p more than we need to.
18 Oct '14
to run here £6
17 Oct '14
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