Organisation: Chartered Accountants Ireland
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Sun, 17 May, 2020
Sun, 03 May, 2020
Fri, 24 Apr, 2020
Sun, 19 Apr, 2020
Fri, 10 Apr, 2020
Sun, 05 Apr, 2020
The worst fears of the business owners and the tens of thousands of people they employed in cafes and the pubs and restaurants and retailers were realised as the shutters came down 10 days ago.
Tue, 24 Mar, 2020
It is startling the extent to which the coronavirus pandemic has changed the ground rules for business, writes
Sun, 22 Mar, 2020
Irish economic growth will grind to a halt and unemployment will creep above 5% this year under Italy-style quarantines to control the Covid-19 outbreak here, the Economic and Social Research Institute has projected in new forecasts.
Mon, 09 Mar, 2020
Growing up in Ballyclough, Co Cork, you couldn’t get Laura Fitzgerald off the farm.
Mon, 02 Mar, 2020
Mon, 24 Feb, 2020
Knowing how to measure sustainability will make a real impact in addressing environmental concerns.
Mon, 10 Feb, 2020
Last December’s UK general election was really only about one thing: Brexit.
Mon, 27 Jan, 2020
The month of January isn’t particularly noted as a time for good news.
Mon, 13 Jan, 2020
Here is a selection of people who are starting interesting new roles with public and private organisations in Ireland.
Thu, 09 Jan, 2020
It isn’t just the end of the year, it’s the end of a decade.
Mon, 06 Jan, 2020
Chartered Accountants said that Mr FitzPatrick had accepted the findings following an investigation
Tue, 03 Dec, 2019
On or around December 9 almost all employees can expect to receive a letter from Revenue.
Mon, 02 Dec, 2019
The new rules for disclosing ownership offshore trusts, shell companies, nominees, and numbered bank accounts show that the authorities are getting serious. Discretion is no longer assured in financial dealings.
Mon, 04 Nov, 2019
Here is a selection of people who have just moved into interesting new roles with companies in Ireland.
Thu, 24 Oct, 2019
Food supplements — with a range of exceptions — will, after all, be taxed at the rate of 13.5% for Vat, the Department of Finance has said, a move that has surprised industry groups that had long campaigned against removing their zero-rated tax benefits.
Thu, 17 Oct, 2019
Rarely have expectations been so dampened down in advance of a budget statement.
Sun, 06 Oct, 2019
This week the British Home Office announced it is to issue one million texts to UK passport holders.
Sun, 22 Sep, 2019
It's safe to say €137.5bn is a very large sum of money. It’s an amount you’d think it would be difficult to mislay.
Sun, 08 Sep, 2019
Young people are snapping up apprenticeships, availing of the chance to “earn and learn” across a range of skills areas not usually associated with the in-house training model.
Thu, 08 Aug, 2019
Last week, across the water, Boris Johnson was elected leader of the Tory party and hence Prime Minister on a Brexit ticket.
Sun, 28 Jul, 2019
Confirmation that Boris Johnson was heading to Downing Street was greeted by a fall in sterling — and a new round of warnings for Irish business to buckle up for a rough ride.
Tue, 23 Jul, 2019
It may be easier to say what a developed country is rather than what a developing country is.
Sun, 14 Jul, 2019
Recently the US economist Arthur Laffer was awarded the US Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Trump.
Wed, 03 Jul, 2019
While tax is ultimately all about paying money, a critical element of tax collection is the communication between the taxpayer and the Revenue Commissioners to ensure the right amount is paid at the right time.
Sun, 02 Jun, 2019
The Government appears to be drawing closer to formally conceding the tech giants, including Google, Twitter, and Facebook, which have significant bases in Ireland will be taxed by individual governments on the revenues they generate across Europe.
Fri, 31 May, 2019
Conor Kane has been appointed as South East correspondent with RTÉ News.
Fri, 24 May, 2019
There is an African proverb that says that when elephants fight, the grass is hit the hardest.
Mon, 20 May, 2019
In the past few weeks we have seen both the threat, and then the deferral, of two taxes. Though very different in appearance, were either primarily designed to raise money?
Sat, 20 Apr, 2019
This paper has reported that Cork City Council has been audited by the Revenue Commissioners and made a settlement of well in excess of €1m for underpaid taxes.
Sun, 07 Apr, 2019
Twenty jobs will be created via a national accountancy apprenticeship programme in Cork in which applicants will earn while they learn.
Fri, 05 Apr, 2019
The theatre of the last few weeks in Westminster has meant that all our attention has been focused east across the Irish Sea. But that begs the question as to whether we should be looking west rather than east.
Sun, 24 Mar, 2019
Former UCC lecturer Derry Cotter has written Leeside Story, a tale of love in Cork city, says
Wed, 13 Mar, 2019
Countries ‘missing’ 15% of economic activity on average
Mon, 11 Mar, 2019
The town of Roth in Germany had a nice tradition of asking children to hang messages for Santa on the town’s Christmas tree, writes
Mon, 17 Dec, 2018
Tax breaks to encourage activity in a particular area or sector can be highly successful.
Mon, 03 Dec, 2018
The Brexit concerns of Northern Ireland are of far more consequence than mere trade and industry.
Mon, 19 Nov, 2018