Organisation: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Housing Minister Simon Coveney has pushed ahead with the Help to Buy scheme for first-time buyers despite continuing claims by critics that the only thing it will achieve is higher house prices.
Wed, 12 Oct, 2016
Budget 2016 has been labelled a missed opportunity for the Government to support entrepreneurs despite general approval for specific changes on capital gains tax (CGT).
Wed, 14 Oct, 2015
Confidence in the country’s economy has stalled among finance professionals as demand weakens and access to credit becomes more restricted.
Tue, 26 Aug, 2014
Two senior executives at EMC’s Cork operations, Aidan Trindle and Bill O’Connell, have been promoted to global roles within the company.
Mon, 28 Jul, 2014
Irish companies are still struggling to tap into international trade opportunities and explore new markets, despite improving sentiment levels, according to a new survey.
Tue, 13 May, 2014
Exiting the bailout has given businesses a boost in confidence, but the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants has warned it might be temporary.
Tue, 11 Feb, 2014
The Cork and Dublin property markets are making a strong recovery, according to the chairman of Nama, Frank Daly, as the agency gears up to take over IBRC’s loan book.
Wed, 25 Sep, 2013
Business confidence in Ireland has fallen in the second quarter of 2013 as access to capital dried up, according to a Global Economic Conditions survey.
Wed, 14 Aug, 2013
Trust has been a casualty of the financial crisis, according to the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) which found that two thirds of investors are sceptical about the information companies provide.
Tue, 18 Jun, 2013
Debt written down as part of a mortgage arrears resolution process could be eligible for capital acquisitions tax at a rate of 33%.
Tue, 26 Mar, 2013
The ACCA is the latest body to call on Minister for Justice Alan Shatter to regulate personal insolvency practitioners.
Sat, 02 Mar, 2013
Staff in two branches of HMV in Limerick have said they will continue their sit-in until they are paid what they are owed.
Fri, 18 Jan, 2013
The appointment of an Administrator in the UK and a Receiver in Ireland to the HMV group has not invalidated any HMV Ireland gift vouchers, an accountancy firm has said today.
Thu, 17 Jan, 2013
Borrowers are being urged against deliberate non-mortgage repayment — in a hope of attracting debt forgiveness — ahead of new legislation being passed.
Wed, 30 May, 2012
Homeowners are today being warned against the deliberate non-payment of their mortgage.
Tue, 29 May, 2012
Nama will offer €2bn to fund building work across the country because it believes the long-term prospects for its property portfolio are positive.
Thu, 24 May, 2012
An examiner has been appointed to a company employing 195 people in Dublin and Galway that provides cleaning services to private hospitals and state bodies after the High Court accepted it has a reasonable prospect of survival if certain conditions are met.
Thu, 10 May, 2012
Fewer than a quarter of professional accountants in Ireland believe the Government will meet its spending targets over the next five years.
Wed, 02 May, 2012
Irish accountants are the most pessimistic in the world in terms of business confidence, with most observing that global trade is drying up.
Tue, 24 Jan, 2012
A High Court challenge has been brought to Anglo Irish Banks' decision to appoint a member of Nama's board of directors as Receiver to a number of properties in Co Clare.
Mon, 26 Jul, 2010
NORTHERN Ireland could soon be in a position to better challenge the Republic for foreign direct investment after the potential for lowering its rate of corporation tax was raised in yesterday’s emergency British budget.
Wed, 23 Jun, 2010
FORMER taoiseach John Bruton has called for a wide-reaching new development model to be drawn up for Ireland’s future stability, warning that a return to so-called normality cannot be expected once the recession runs its full course.
Sat, 20 Feb, 2010
THE self-employed tax take could be down as much as 30% this year resulting in a significant shortfall for the exchequer.
Thu, 19 Nov, 2009
ACCA Ireland (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is warning taxpayers not to reply to emails from the HMRC (the British tax authorities) after Irish-based British taxpayers were targeted with bogus tax refund emails.
Sat, 10 Oct, 2009
THE Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has asked employers and employees to consider working extra time at no pay before applying pay cuts or lay-offs.
Sat, 24 Jan, 2009
The Taoiseach says Ireland is facing very serious choices about its future.
Fri, 23 Jan, 2009
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has announced Mr Brendan Foster as its president for 2008.
Wed, 14 May, 2008
THE taxman has stopped imposing the “death penalty”. Dead tax defaulters, or their surviving families, will no longer have to answer for their evasions from beyond the grave after the Revenue Commissioners changed the rules concerning the treatment of dead taxpayers.
Fri, 21 Mar, 2008
IRISH investors spent €3 billion buying foreign properties in the three months to June of this year bringing the total spend this year to €5bn.
Tue, 31 Jul, 2007
Companies may be cherry-picking one set of accounting rules over another to show their financial position in a better light, it was claimed today.
Wed, 06 Jun, 2007
Deane Morrice has been elected as the new president Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), it was announced today.
Tue, 15 May, 2007
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has today welcomed the proposed consolidation of the Companies Acts as “the completion of a major milestone in process of reforming and consolidating company law”.
Thu, 10 May, 2007
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has today welcomed the move by Minister for Trade and Commerce Michael Ahern to refer the issue of auditor liability to the Company Law Review Group.
Wed, 03 Jan, 2007
AN 80-YEAR-OLD woman who fell out of a hospital harness onto her head died of natural causes five days later, an inquest heard yesterday.
Fri, 15 Dec, 2006
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) today warned of a potential “time bomb” for some homeowners, which could result in attractive properties quickly becoming downmarket.
Thu, 14 Dec, 2006
MUNSTER has produced two of the world’s top three new accountants.
Tue, 24 Oct, 2006
Complex, outdated EU directives on accounting for SMEs are causing problems and need to be simplified was one of the key points of European Commissioner Charlie McCreevy’s speech at ACCA Ireland’s (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Business Breakfast at the Conrad Hotel this morning.
Fri, 29 Sep, 2006
CORK accountancy practice, Roberts Nathan Corporate and Private, is celebrating the award of a quality mark by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Thu, 28 Sep, 2006
THE Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) hosted their first employer’s conference yesterday in Limerick.
Wed, 20 Sep, 2006
HOLDERS of single-premium insurance policies, who have had their details released to the Revenue Commissioners, have been urged not to panic by a national accountants body.
Tue, 01 Aug, 2006
Wed, 12 Apr, 2006
THE Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has warned that despite recent changes to company law, a number of unqualified persons continue to hold themselves out to be auditors.
Fri, 25 Nov, 2005
A LANDMARK ruling in the British House of Lords could have a damagingaffect on both the cashflow of small businesses in Ireland and their ability to secure bank loans.
Tue, 16 Aug, 2005
CRUCIAL business expertise and acumen is to be made available free of charge to the voluntary sector through the Boardmatch initiative launched yesterday by the Secretary General at the Department of An Taoiseach, Dermot McCarthy.
Tue, 14 Jun, 2005