Having spent a lifetime building your business, you are looking to your retirement and trying to figure out how to get money out of your company, hoping to keep more in your pocket, and less in the pocket of the tax collector. Here we talk through 3 cash extraction “tools” which can be used, either individually, or in some continue reading
Every aspect of our lives is continuously evolving, and the rate of change is continuously increasing. Some fear this change. Some fear the robots are coming to take over our jobs. Others embrace the technology. Whatever your position, we have outlined 5 of the biggest advances in accounting technology for small businesses in Ireland which could save you time continue reading
As Christmas & New Years approaches, be sure to check your tax credit list twice Unclaimed tax reliefs, allowable expenses and tax credits could save you hundreds and in some cases even thousands. But time is running out for 2014 tax period as the revenue allows a look-back of just 4 years and once the calendar continue reading
Sunday Independent Article https://bit.ly/2DYzmUu What will affect property prices during 2019, will depend on the outcome of Brexit, whether there is an general election and also Government responses to the rental crisis. In 2017, many thought we were heading for another Property Price boom but during 2018 there has been evidence that Property Prices are stabilising or continue reading
There was an interesting article in the Irish Times regarding entitlement to a Non-Contributory State Pension in Ireland. https://bit.ly/2Fy0L1s If you have not made PRSI contributions you may still qualify for a non-contributory state pension, the weekly rate of which is only slightly lower than the contributory state pension. The catch is however, that the non-contributory continue reading
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