Category Accountancy


How to choose an accountant in Galway?

How to choose an accountant in Galway? We have many years of experience helping our clients in Galway in areas including Company Formation, Tax Advice including VAT and PAYE returns, Personal Tax Matters and all Company Accounting and Tax Issues. How to Choose a Galway Accountant?  Some basics are that the accountant should be qualified, keep up to date on all changing …


Budget 2013 – The Main Points

PENSIONS MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE PENSION FUND Changes to be put in place in 2014 to reduce the maximum allowable pension fund (the Standard Fund Threshold) in order to reduce the maximum tax relieved pension to €60,000 p.a. ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS Individuals will be allowed a once-off option to withdraw up to 30% of the …


Free Seminar on Business Start Up & Growth Stage

This is a free event happening on 9th May 2012 at 7 pm which would be of interest to anyone who within the last 5 years has set up in business or anyone thinking of setting up in business. Click here to find out more Improving Your Business Flyer – May 9th 2012


The New Jobs Plan

This is a commentary of the new jobs plan as appeared on It appears ambitious to say the least and if this all happens by 2016, based on back of the envelope calculations the government coffers will get quite a boost on taxes earned on these jobs. A minimum of €50m – €160m could …


Jobbridge – A Government Incentive

the government incentive which you may have heard about it in the media, it basically involves a company taking on an unemployed person (for no pay) and giving them experience for a period of between 6-9 months


Cashflow Tips for your Business

In these difficult economic times managing cash flow is the No. 1 challenge for many businesses. The following are some cash flow tips which may be of benefit to your business.


Ireland by Numbers

Ireland is getting some bad press, but there are some positives. Look at some of the other numbers.


Important Books and Records to Keep

All businesses are obliged to keep ‘proper books of account’ which must accurately record the day-to-day transactions of the business.