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  • 02/09/2021 0 Comments
    What a Corporate Tax Accountant Does

    Barely a week goes by without Ireland’s much published corporate tax rate making the news. Whether it's foreign leaders decrying Ireland’s supposedly unfair tax advantage or yet another corporate giant making Ireland their home, Ireland’s tax rate remains as controversial as ever.
    So why does our corporate tax rate generate so many headlines? While Ireland’s 12.5% corporate tax rate is certainly low when compared to the European average of 19.35%, this 12.5% isn’t the lowest in the world. The distinction of the world’s lowest corporate tax rate is shared between Hungary and Montenegro. Both Hungary and Montenegro offer a 9% tax rate to corporations.

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  • 01/07/2021 0 Comments
    Dublin Accountants for Sole Traders

    Dublin has always been Ireland’s entrepreneurial hub. Almost every industry imaginable operates in Dublin.
    Both small businesses, sole traders and huge multinationals call Dublin home. On the surface level, other than being based in Dublin, these different sized businesses may not seem to have all that much in common. But what they all share is a need for professional, experienced and straightforward accounting and bookkeeping services. While massive corporations are in a position to hire on-site accountants the sole trader should be looking at outsourcing their accountancy requirements.

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  • 26/05/2021 0 Comments
    Starting a New Business? Do It the Right Way with a Start-Up Accountant in Dublin

    When you start a new business, your focus is on gaining customers and building an income. Hiring an accountant may seem like an unnecessary expense. However, there are innumerable advantages to hiring a start-up accountant.
    Read on to learn why hiring a start-up accountant in Dublin could be the best decision you ever make for your start-up business.

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  • 18/11/2020 0 Comments
    The Priming Grant and the Trading Online Voucher Scheme

    Due to the continuing effect the COVID-19 pandemic is having on businesses, the government is offering a range of grants to help small and medium-sized enterprises adapt to the challenges presented by COVID-19.
    Some of these grants are designed to help new businesses establish themselves in these difficult times and others are designed to help older businesses adapt to the challenges presented by the pandemic.

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  • 09/11/2020 0 Comments
    Working Remotely and Tax Reliefs

    It’s not an exaggerating to state that how the world works has been forever changed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
    Only a few short months ago, working from home would have been unthinkable for most people, however, working remotely or e-working has become a reality for much of the country.

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  • 28/09/2020 0 Comments
    Sole-Traders Covid-19 Grant

    The continuing and ever-evolving ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic has left many small businesses struggling to survive.
    During the lockdown, industries serviced by sole traders were hit particularly hard. And as more and more counties move from level 2 to level 3 on the national pandemic response scale, more and more sole traders will likely see their business adversely affected by these tightening restrictions.

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  • 20/08/2020 0 Comments
    Registering for VAT in Ireland

    Are you a start-up worried about how VAT is going to impact your business? Not sure how to register for VAT? Are you a business that relies on the British market and are concerned about how Brexit is going to affect VAT? In this article, we want to cover everything from the basics of VAT to more complex issues surrounding VAT and Brexit.

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  • 15/07/2019 0 Comments
    Why your Dublin Business Needs a Swords Accountancy Firm

    With the avalanche of changes affecting the Irish taxation system -- not least of all PAYE Modernisation -- there has been a lot of talk about the advantages/disadvantages of accountancy outsourcing.

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  • 03/04/2019 0 Comments
    3 Immediate Things You Can do To Prepare Your Business for Brexit

    For what seems like an eternity, Brexit has dominated news headlines all over the world.
    The British government lurches from one crisis to another as power plays, partisan politicking and incessant party in-fighting leaves Britain -- and the wider European block -- floundering in a mess of uncertainty.
    Will it be a hard Brexit, a soft Brexit or some Frankenstein-like combination of both?

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  • 28/03/2019 0 Comments
    Ready for Brexit ?

    Is your company ready for Brexit ?

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  • 26/02/2019 - John Bond 0 Comments
    Why your Start-up Needs an Accountant

    It’s no exaggeration to say that there has never been a better time to start a business in Ireland. The Irish government is finally recognising the economic and employment value of SMEs. Business support is available in a variety of guises including mentorships, grants and programs designed to transform an idea or business concept into an investable company.

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  • 15/02/2019 - John Bond 0 Comments
    What Your Need to Know about PAYE Modernisation

    We’ve been receiving a few questions recently about the PAYE Modernisation project undertaken by the revenue commission. In the interest of keeping our clients informed, below you will find some information about the most significant change to the PAYE system since its introduction in 1960.

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  • 13/12/2018 - John Bond 0 Comments
    Paye Modernisation

    Paye Modernisation is the most radical shake up of Irish Payroll's ever. Are you ready ?


    Payrolls are now being processed in real time. When you pay your staff you will now have to report to Revenue at that time. You cannot re-do a payroll.


    Talk to us now for your 2018 payroll solution and get ready.

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  • 19/01/2018 - John Bond 0 Comments
    P.35 Time

    It's time to get sorted now and get your P.35 filed on time do it now or call us to do it !

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