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3 Key Points about the Earned Income Tax Credit

As the old saying goes…“there are only two things in life you can’t avoid – death and taxes!”, but are you sure you’ve been claiming all the credits you’re entitled to? 2016 saw the introduction of the Earned Income Tax[...]

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Offshore Matters – 4 Target Areas

On the first of May, in just seven weeks’ time, a governmental amnesty will expire. Once May 1st passes, Revenue will initiate an enthusiastic clampdown on offshore assets. Their message between now and the end of April is clear: if[...]

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Good News for First-Time Buyers!

Help to Buy Incentive for First-Time Buyers Once upon a time there were three little pigs, who decided it was time to gain some independence and move out of their parents’ house. However with tight budgets and rapidly rising property[...]

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VAT Invoicing

With Halloween just around the corner, the most frightening thought to small businesses and sole traders is the upcoming VAT return. VAT invoices, rates and credits – it’s the stuff of a true nightmare realm. So what exactly is VAT?[...]

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Apple, Ireland and the USD $13,000,000,000 Plus!

The European Commission (EC) is sticking to its guns regarding its state aid investigation into the Corporation Tax arrangements of Apple in the Republic of Ireland. As everybody knows at this stage, Ireland has been ordered to recover up to[...]

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Key Recommendations for a Successful Stocktake

As a business’s financial year approaches preparations will begin for their annual stocktake.  A stocktake is a physical count of inventory on hand and provides a business with an accurate reflection of stock held. It is advisable that stocktakes would[...]

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How a virtual FD makes a difference – The value of a trusted business adviser

When your business gets to a certain size, there will come a time when you need to take on a financial director – a business specialist who sits on the management team and can focus on the financial strategy of[...]

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Budgeting and Financial Forecasting Tools

When thinking of the financial reporting function, many people in business automatically think of their annual accounts or their most recent set of management accounts. While these reports provide important financial information they share one common issue; their scope relates to[...]

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Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Holding Companies

  Ireland’s attractive tax, regulatory and legal regime, combined with an open and accommodating business environment are all factors which have contributed to the establishment of Ireland as a prestigious location for the headquarters of many multinational companies (MNCs), such[...]

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Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Special Assignee Relief Programme (SARP)

In our recent blog, Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Skilled Workforce, we looked at the availability of skilled labour in Ireland and how it contributes to our attractiveness for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).  However, while Ireland has many[...]

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