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SME’s Welcome Changes to Subsistence Allowance Rates

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has amended the standard rates of subsistence allowance in Ireland that apply to the Civil Service. This greatly benefits the private sector, as the Civil Services rates provide the benchmark for Revenue approved[...]

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Are you a UK Based Director of an Irish Registered Company?

While the potential deal or no deal scenarios of Brexit continue to play out, a very real risk has arisen for a number of companies and their Directors in the UK and Ireland. Although there are more than 60,000 Irish[...]

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What is KEEP and when is it most effective?

Acquiring and retaining key members of staff is arguably the greatest challenge facing Irish based employers currently. Incentivising employees, whilst securing adequate levels of protection for both the business and it’s key stakeholders is a balancing act that most growing[...]

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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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Ireland as a base for your business

Since the UK’s unexpected vote to leave the EU there has been significant media focus on how Ireland will fare once the UK triggers Article 50 which sets in motion their exit. While Ireland will face some difficulties in terms[...]

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State Financial Supports for Small Businesses in Ireland

Small businesses in Ireland have continued to contribute to the growth and success of Ireland’s recovering economy. Many small businesses have been through some very difficult and testing economic times in recent years but remain one of the main driving[...]

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Reasons To Do Business In Ireland – Skilled Workforce

In our recent blog, Ireland – A Good Place To Do Business, we looked at some of the reasons which have lead to Ireland attracting a significant level of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). In this, our first blog in a[...]

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