It’s never an easy time when your company is forced to make redundancies. Not only is there the uncertainty of your own employment, there are looming changes to the company …

There will come a time when you decide to move on from your business, whether that’s to start a new career or retire from work. Doing so will mean a …

Choosing an accountant is an important step for any small business. Finding the right accountant is not only vital for meeting your financial obligations, but can also be instrumental in …

Payroll can be a complicated issue, particularly for companies with employees in different countries. If you are a UK company with employees based in the Republic Of Ireland, there are …

As a self-employed person in Ireland, you are responsible for assessing your own taxes. That doesn’t just mean keeping meticulous bookkeeping records but also meeting various filing deadlines throughout the year. …

An important decision point for every sole trader in Ireland is whether to incorporate their business, and when it makes sense to do it. Some business owners in Ireland will …

Small Self-Administered Pension

A Summary Overview A Small Self-Administered Pension (SSAP) is a Revenue Approved scheme which is set up by a company for an employee or for a director. The key benefit …

Tax Deductible expenses for Sole Traders, What are they? When calculating your tax bill you may be able to use expenses as a tax deduction.  Click here to speak to …

A continuation of our ‘Start your Own Business‘ series,   In an extract from his book in Sunday Business Post 25/4/2010, Starting a Business in Ireland, Brian O’Kane continues on with …

Set yourself up for future financial success and stability with this simple guide to pensions for small business owners in Ireland.

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