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To continue on with our theme of doing various blogs around business succession I thought it would be useful to look at the main tax head on a disposal or transfer of a business, which is Capital Gains Tax [CGT]. The current rate of CGT is 33% which means that you hand over ...
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Things on the political front are quite crazy across the water and the uncertainty isn’t good for anyone, so hopefully a workable solution for all will be the final outcome. Teresa May is one formidable lady and must be under severe pressure. On the sporting side of things...
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Did you ever wonder why you would be getting charged to go see an Accountant, that you've never met before, for the first time? Surely this is just a get to know you meeting……why would I get charged for this? Sets the right tone at the start When you call into ...
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We were chatting in the office yesterday and we all agreed that it’s a “funny” time of year in that people tend to get a bit stressed out and act a bit abnormal around this time compared to other times in the year. I can’t put my finger on it but perhaps Revenue look...
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Budget 2019!

October 10, 2018
With each Budget it appears we are getting more and more of announcements leaked through the press in the few days prior. This year has been no different!  Some of the headlines of Budget 2019 are:The 4.75% USC rate drops to 4.5%Standard Rate band increases by €750. T...
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Workshop Event

August 22, 2018
Would you like to put more money in your pocket, allay tax fears, and learn more about what strategy will work your business? Join us for a casual, jargon-free workshop where we will show you how we have helped clients with their business, how we plan for the future, and how...
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Hello from CF The British open is over, the World cup is finished and my beloved Kilkenny (and second favourite team Waterford) are gone out of the hurling. Despite the sporting gloom we at CF are very much a glass half full positive practice. This gives us the impetus to ge...
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We are continuing our series of posts about what you need to know when it comes to your taxes. These posts are based on real world questions that we’ve been asked by clients. So, if you need help with anything specific, send us an email and let us know! This week’s focus...
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You Ask, We Answer!

April 12, 2018

“Can I deduct food as an expense on trips?”

We’re going to be starting a series of posts about what you need to know when it comes to your taxes. These posts are going to be based on real world questions that we’ve been asked by clients. So, if you need help with anything specific, send us an email and let us know...
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It’s nearing the end of January already (where has the month gone?!) and we hope your year has gotten off to a flying start! However, are you aware of some tax benefits that have come into play in recent weeks that you may not be taking advantage of? Keep reading to find o...
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