Overcoming Brexit Challenges
With lots of challenges presented by Brexit and many businesses asking what they should do to overcome them, Roberts Nathan, a leading full-service accountancy and business advisory firm based in Ireland can help.
Talk to us about:
- Advice on Setting up a Company and Provision of Registered Office requirements
- Advice on VAT, Compliance and Import Duties
Book a consultation by completing the form below or you can contact me directly:
Frequently Asked Questions?
What are the basics I need to know?
When deciding to set-up a company in Ireland many of our clients had the following questions for us:
What do I need to consider when registering for a VAT number in Ireland?
Difficulties can arise when registering VAT due to how common VAT fraud is and therefore the authorities can be slow to issue a VAT number. It helps if you have Irish-based clients, suppliers and/or employees as well as an Irish-based office. Registering for VAT is not mandatory and can take a number of weeks.
Is it possible to set up a business bank account as a non-resident and what’s required?
A face-to-face meeting with the bank and an Irish director is required and typically we would arrange this and facilitate the meeting for you. Usually, this takes about 2 weeks after you meet with the bank.
How long does it take to register a limited company?
We find it takes 4 working days from when we receive all the signed documents from you.
What are those documents?
1. A copy of your passport
2. Proof of address
What paperwork is required to be filed annually for this company?
An annual return must be filed by all companies with the Companies Registration Office (CRO).
Are the company directors required to be residents in Ireland?
No, it’s not a legal requirement, however, for tax residency purposes it is advisable to have an Irish-based director on the board of your company and we are able to provide that service for you should you require it.
Do I need a company secretary?
All Irish Limited Companies are required to have a company secretary. We can provide this for you.
How do I get a postal address in Ireland and do I really need it?
We can provide you with an Irish address in Dublin or Cork. Yes, registered companies in Ireland must have an Irish address.
How much does this all cost?
That all depends on what you need and want, no two businesses are the same, but rest assured we will advise and work together with you to minimise investment.
If you are considering registering a company in Ireland and would like our help in doing so, then please contact me, Shane on +353 (0)21 494 3977 or email@example.com