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Top 5 Reasons to Establish Your Business in Ireland

Ireland offers a flexible and competitive regime to companies who are looking for a location to structure European operations. Countless international groups use Irish holding companies to hold other subsidiaries and conduct M&A activities. With Brexit now looming, Ireland is[...]

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Have You Reviewed Your Corporate Group Structure Lately?

Corporate group structuring is often an attractive way for organisations to acutely position themselves to drive greater levels of financial growth. For example, the creation of a subsidiary company, which acts as a separate legal entity allows for diversification within[...]

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Thinking About Selling Your Business?

Selling a business is time consuming, emotive and can be costly if not executed correctly.  As our economy continues to prosper there is increased interest in small and medium enterprises across all sectors. This coupled with the availability of funding[...]

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CRO set key dates for the Register of Beneficial Owners

A statutory instrument establishing the much anticipated Central Registrar of Beneficial Ownership of Companies (RBO) was signed into law by the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe on the 22nd March 2019. Timelines are now set and companies can expect to[...]

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New “One Step” process for annual return deadlines introduced by CRO

The Companies (Amendment) Bill 2019 was published in January 2019 and proposes to change the Annual Return Deadlines for Irish Resident Companies. These new filing dates will directly impact every Irish company and is likely to become law in just[...]

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Save Time and Money with Our Complete Payroll Service

In today’s competitive business world, it is important to make the most effective use of time.  Outsourcing routine tasks, such as payroll, means you have more time to focus on your business. If you’re doing your payroll in-house, it can[...]

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Changes to Revenue Demand Letters

The Revenue Commissioners are updating their systems to make the collection of unpaid taxes more efficient and effective and taxpayers can expect to see significant changes in how they communicate with the Revenue Commissioners, in this regard, going forward. What[...]

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The 5 most common problems with PAYE Modernisation

PAYE Modernisation was officially implemented from 1st January 2019 and it is considered to be the most significant change in PAYE reporting since the 1960s. However, as with any significant reporting change, the implementation has been far from seamless. Here[...]

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Is your Irish business prepared for Brexit?

Does planning for Brexit seem like a daunting task for your business? Are you secretly hoping it will all just go away with a last minute decision? With Article 50 set to expire on 29th March and a crash-out scenario[...]

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No Deal Brexit – Are You At Risk?

Irish companies could be at risk of breaching Irish Company Law in the case of a No-Deal Brexit. The current law states that Irish companies must have at least one director who is a resident in the EU or EEA.[...]

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