You’ve set up your sole trader business but are not entirely sure what you need to do to keep your books & records in order.  The first step is to ensure …

VAT for Sole Traders

Sole Traders or Limited Company How does VAT work? Valued Added Tax (VAT) is a tax charged by Irish and other European businesses on the sale of goods and services. VAT is …

5 Most Common Questions We are Hearing from Irish Employers in relation to the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme 1. Does my business qualify for the scheme? In operating the scheme, …

Key operational points for the newly announced COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme The scheme will be operated through the payroll process Employers or their agents are to register for the scheme …

Government supports announced 24th March 2020 – source: merrionstreet.ie Income Support An eligible employer will be supported by up to 70% of an employee’s take home income up to a …

Ireland needs to increase the amount of capital it has available for young business ideas if it is to start and grow enterprises on an “unprecedented scale”, according to the …

In an extract from his book in Sunday Business Post 25/4/2010, Starting a Business in Ireland, Brian O’Kane explains why a business plan is essential when starting your own firm, …

Life Insurance Dublin Ireland

Life insurance is a tricky one, no one wants to think about it and no one wants their loved-ones to be left without it after they’re gone. We generally advise …

Succession Planning - SCK Group

Small to medium sized family owned businesses remain the cornerstone of the economy in Ireland. When it comes to family businesses, the rate of growth of the business often slows …

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 …

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