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Loan From My Company – Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey

Tropical conditions here in Tramore today, wet and warm. All we are missing are the palm trees and colourful birds. The seagulls are not as noticeable. The blur of cars and the chatter of school children are more prevalent sounds as we get back to normality. We have an exciting weekend ahead with the All-Ireland

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

10 Tax Saving Tips – Part 1

I have to start this blog by wishing Waterford the very best on Sunday afternoon. It would be an amazing achievement to get over the line. It’s exciting to see all the flags around and the buzz it’s creating. Best of luck to the panel and the background team from all at Comerford Foley. The

Income Planning

It’s difficult for me to say this but well done to Waterford last Saturday evening in Croke Park. It was one of those games where Kilkenny would have been happy at half-time. Waterford supporters would have had a sense of “oh no here we go again”. Waterford hurled in the second half like their lives

When the going gets tough the tough get going

So sang Lionel Richie. Our younger readers are going Lionel who? This week we are going to look at what it has been like in CF over the last 7 months. We will look at the life of a small business in that time. The struggles, the hard decisions, the losses, the wins, and some

Salary or Dividends or both?

Last week we looked at two options when taking money from your company. This was either salary or dividends and we looked at the tax consequences of both options. If you want to get the basics from last week’s blog Read here When deciding to take salaries or dividends your circumstances may not be straightforward: