Category Archives: Company Director

Pensions Drawdowns – Be the Man

Elderly lady

I got gas in the tank I got money in the bank I got news for you baby, you’re looking at the man I got skin in the game Headed to the hall of fame I got news for you baby, you’re looking at the man. The Man. The Killers All set here in Tramore

Thinking of Electric – The Time is Now

charging an electric vehicle

Give up yourself unto the moment The time is now – Moloko It’s to get up to 19 degrees today. Communions are in full swing. There are serial communion goers out there and they are not eating cereal. Some of them are taking in more than one communion a day. These are the same lads

Cost of Setting Up a Company in Ireland

Man thinking about cost

I survived Tayto Park. The roller coasters were great fun except for getting a pain in my brain after the second go on Cu Chulainn. Between the speed and the vibrations, it was crazy. The new Dino Dash was brilliant. Short, fast, and my favourite. I hated every minute of Power Surge, dangling upside down

Tax Strategy For Your Business – Part 3

The Olympics are over. Worse still both Kilkenny and Waterford are gone out of the hurling. All is not lost as we have 1000 live games on Sky Sports, Premier Sports & BT Sport. And that’s only soccer. An average of 3 games a day at 2 hours per game! There will be no more

Tax Strategy For Your Business – Part 2

I must start with a mention of our amazing Cork rowers. Waking up yesterday morning to see that Fintan and Paul had won gold was a very proud feeling. It’s an unreal achievement by them. And recognition for the huge work and sacrifice they put into their sport. A massive well done to our four

Management Buy-Out. How Can This Work?

It sure is exciting times on the sporting front. An epic match between Kilkenny and Wexford last Saturday that had huge drama. Great scores, serious hits, a sin-binning, and hawkeye. When Conor McDonald flicked the ball to the net with time almost up I wasn’t a happy man. I was feeling quite nauseous at that

Do’s And Don’ts When Exiting Your Business

I was out for a gentle stroll to keep the legs moving before the Waterford half marathon this weekend. When I say gentle, think barely moving or a fast walk. As one local wag said to me before when I was out running “I thought you did a bit of running” as much as to

Bookkeeping Is An Investment

Hello there from very dull, foggy, dank Tramore. The seagulls can’t locate the chips on the prom with the fog. They are wondering when Summer will start, and the chatter is about holidays abroad. The football hasn’t done anything to brighten my spirits. Man Utd managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Very

Entrepreneurs Relief – Yes And No

Hello there from Tramore. I won’t lie it’s not the sunny southeast today. There are a few blackbirds huddled outside the window here, taking shelter. There are grumblings about the wind, the rain, and the expectation of Summer weather. Waiting to pounce for the rich pickings in the garden below. We took a spin up

Setting Up A Business – Company or Sole Trader?

Good morning all, and dare I say it, but the day is looking positive. Not exactly fry an egg on a stone but there’s some heat in it! It’s fantastic to see a bit of positivity about the place. The vaccines are getting out there and people are very excited to get them. My sister,