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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

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

“Should I stay or should I go now? Should I stay or should I go now? If I go there will be trouble And if I stay it will be double. So come on and let me know” The Clash It’s sunny but cold here in Tramore. A sun cream and woolly hat sort of

Tax Strategy For Your Business

I took a week off last week to recharge the batteries in Co. Wicklow. There were plenty of activities once I could get the children out of bed. Ziplining at Kilruddery and mountain biking in Ballinastoe woods were a highlight. Although the last one was like a 3 hour spinning class in the heat. We

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,

Company Directors – What salary do I need?

We are dragging ourselves through January which was best described by a friend as a very bland month. We will persevere and hope is on the horizon. Great to see numbers dropping in a small way. It’s fantastic to see healthcare workers and people in nursing homes getting vaccinated. It would be a major plus

The modern accountant vs. the traditional accountant

It’s a battle for the ages. Like Ali v Frazier, or Federer v Nadal. Just less sweaty. The modern accountant versus the traditional accountant. Who wins? Here we make a case for the former. Ding, ding. Round one. The traditional accountant is someone very much set in their ways. They’re not quite blowing the dust