In this months newsletter: We give an update on the current health of the Irish economy (things are at their strongest in a decade). As well as that we have a summary of the pay and file tax returns for 2018. While we are entering new worlds of Bitcoin and other new currencies, the old [...]
Our first newsletter of 2016 takes a look at: Irish Economic Outlook Tax Briefs Irish Adults Greatest Concerns Regulation of lobbying act 2015 Business Briefs and more . . . Click to view: Newsletter - Issue 1 - 2016
Companies Act 2014 The genesis of this new Act, which is the largest in the history of the State, can be traced back to the establishment of the Company Law Review Group (CLRG) in 2000. The CLRG was mandated to make recommendations on the updating, consolidation and simplification of company law in Ireland to bring [...]
We do not yet have the full economic dataset for 2014, but it is clear that on most fronts it was the most positive year for the Irish economy since 2007. In the first 9 months of the year gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 4.9% and for the full year growth is likely to [...]
Reducing costs has become away of life for Irish businesses over the past 5 years and while all indicators hint of a recovery in 2015, do not forget the efficient steps that ensured your business survival in recent times.
December marked the important milestone of Ireland's exit from its three-year EU/IMF support programme. As the country bade slan agus beannacht to the Troika quarterly reviews, the yields on Ireland's 10-year sovereign bonds have generally been priced at 3.5% or less in post-bailout trading. Indeed, perhaps the most significant achievement under the programme was the re-establishment of sovereign [...]