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Four Things Every Director Should Know
Outsourced Accountancy Solutions
Corporate Recovery
Did you know that the number of cases dealt with by the Employment Appeals Tribunal is up 43% since last year?
Mandatory E-filing
Reminders
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Four Things Every Director Should Know
by Maria Fahy

Through our experience of forming companies and helping clients to set up in business we have compiled a list of the four things every director should know to ensure that the company and director are compliant with the Revenue and the Companies Registration Office.
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Outsourced Accountancy Solutions
by Seamus Parfrey

  • Spending too much valuable time on bookkeeping?
  • Want access to your accounting records at home or on the road?
  • Want useful reports and analysis to help you run your business?

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Corporate Recovery
by Noel Murphy

Many businesses are now facing a major challenge - survival. Their existence will depend on whether management can successfully overcome operational and financial difficulties. The sooner management address the key issues facing them the quicker they can turn around their business and face the future with optimism.


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Did you know that the number of cases dealt with by the Employment Appeals Tribunal is up 43% since last year?
by Veronica Murphy


Considering the difficult economic environment that most of you are facing as employers, this is an area you need  to be particularly aware of when you are making changes to your business. Increases in redundancies, wage reductions, changes in conditions of employment have all contributed to this stark increase in claims processed by the Employment Appeals Tribunal and the Labour Relations Commission.

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Mandatory E-filing
by Kevin Nyhan

As you may be aware, from 1 January 2010, the Revenue have extended the mandatory online filing requirements to include "large companies." Initially "large companies" were to be identified as those not qualifying for audit exemption. However, the Revenue have now clarified that the mandatory online filing requirements are for companies with:

  • Turnover greater than €7.3m and
  • Number of employees greater than 50

Therefore, companies meeting these conditions must pay and file all tax returns online including VAT, PAYE/PRSI and Corporation Tax. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Reminders
by Una Beecher

  • P35 Return deadline 15th February 2010
  •  The €200 annual charge on non principal private residences for 2010 must be paid between 1 April 2010 and 31 May 2010 for non principal private residences held at 31 March 2010. 
  • Sole Traders: If it is your first or second year of trading or if you had a very profitable year in 2009, please forward your books and records and income tax information to us as soon as possible so we can calculate your income tax liability.  
  • Sole Traders: Remember to always put a percentage of your income aside each month to save for your Income Tax liability each October. For more information please contact Una Beecher on unab@parfreymurphy.ie.
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