I’m the sole executor of my late mother’s will. Her house has been sold and the funds added to her estate. There’s a €30,000 difference in the sale price from the valuation price so capital gains tax is due by me to the revenue. The thing is, I’m quite confused about the correct procedure for paying this, or more importantly what forms to complete etc. I know exactly how much is due so that end of things isn’t a problem. The benefactors of the will are all going to be paid in the coming days and I will pay the tax myself as the executor and claim it back from the other benefactors( my sisters so no worries on that front) I did ring the revenue a few weeks ago about it but got a very vague answer, they didn’t seem sure of the correct procedure. I also asked for some advice from my financial advisor but he wasn’t 100% clear either. I had hoped that it would all be looked after by the solicitor and that what was left would be then distributed to the benefactors but they have said that they don’t do it and it’s my responsibility. I am thinking perhaps my best course of action is maybe to call into a revenue office in person and seek advice and help on it? The amount of money due is quite small in the grand scheme of things and the money isn’t a worry at all(even less so when I will be getting the inheritance in the coming days). It’s the red tape that has me concerned and the correct way of doing it. I’ve never really dealt with the revenue before as a PAYE worker I’ve never had to make any returns before. I’m quite twitchy about having this responsibility and want to get it sorted as soon as I can and in th correct manner. I have looked on the revenue site but can’t find any clear direction on it thus my thinking that maybe calling into one of their offices may be my best course of action? Any advice would be most gratefully welcomed.